The question is are they building fewer of them or delaying them more than in the past From what I can tell they're building more fab capacity than in the past.$11B in capital spending in 2012. $13B in 2013$2B of that 13 is for development for doing larger wafers (450mm(18 inch) instead of 300mm (12 inch))due to the slow down in PC chip sales?If you mean PC as in desktop - sure it's slowed down. (but not something that would drive capital investments in fabs)If you mean PC chip sales to be all the silicon that Intel sells - Is there a slow down? I thought Intel was hitting new revenue highs
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