0.6 microns


0.6 microns
● nb. ►CHIFFRE Taille minimale d'un élément gravé sur un composant électronique en 1995. À l'époque, NEC gravait déjà expérimentalement en 0.07 µ, mais ce n'est que vers 2003 que le procédé a été industrialisé massivement. Voir 0.13 microns.

Dictionnaire d'informatique francophone. 2013.

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