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Oct202010

Intel to Spend $6-8 Billion In Plant Upgrade In Arizona and Oregon

Intel announced that they’ll invest between $6 billion and $8 billion on future generations of manufacturing technology in its American facilities. The upgrade will fund Intel’s next-generation 22- nanometer (nm) manufacturing process across several existing U.S. factories, along with construction of a new development fabrication plant (commonly called a “fab”) in Oregon.

The projects will support 6,000 to 8,000 construction jobs and result in 800 to 1,000 new permanent high-tech jobs.

The new investments reinforce Intel’s leadership in the most advanced semiconductor manufacturing in the world. Intel’s brand-new development fab in Oregon — to be called “D1X” — scheduled for R&D startup in 2013. Upgrades are also planned for a total of four existing factories in Arizona (known as Fab 12 and Fab 32) and Oregon (known as D1C and D1D).

Here’s the full press release:

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