Talk:List of semiconductor fabrication plants
- Samsung and undoubtedly many others are missing as well. –Saruwine (talk) 13:22, 18 August 2011 (UTC)
- Samsung and Sony are notable exceptions in terms of semiconductor ICs. I don't know enough about LCD technology to see if these qualify as "semiconductor fabs". This page is new and should probably get an "under construction" wikipedia template. TelecomNut (talk) 18:47, 2 September 2011 (UTC)
Often one company builds and uses a fab for a few years, then later sells it to some other company. For example, in 1989 Atmel bought a semiconductor fab in Colorado Springs CO from Honeywell. In other words, "the group that first owned the fab"/"first owner" is often different than "the group that currently owns the fab"/"current owner". Do I put "Atmel" or "Honeywell" in the "Plant Manufacture" column for that fab? Or does "Plant Manufacture" mean something different than "first owner" or "current owner"? --DavidCary (talk) 05:08, 29 May 2012 (UTC)
Global Foundries production values appear to be way off
For example, Global Foundries website  states that their Dresden Fab has a "Maximum Full Capacity: 80,000 300mm wafers/month" while the Wikipedia table shows 80,000,000/month (table value is 80,000 in thousands of wafers/month).