Nanoscale College to Develop Marcy Nanocenter Site Computer-Chip Manufacturing
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#1 Sep 12, 2013
Nanoscale College to develop Marcy nanocenter site for computer-chip manufacturing
by Eric Reinhardt
Date: 9/12/2013 at 15:47:30
MARCY — The SUNY College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE) will develop the nanocenter site in Marcy to attract manufacturers of 450-mm diameter computer chips to the Mohawk Valley.
The nanocenter site in Marcy is part of the SUNY Institute of Technology (SUNY IT).
SUNY CNSE and Mohawk Valley EDGE today announced a partnership through which CNSE will lead site development “by serving as the site end user,” according to a joint news release issued today.
The partnership is “designed to accelerate the attraction” of such manufacturing by deploying
Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s “publicly-led and publicly-managed” public-private partnership model that he first introduced with the CNSE Global 450mm Consortium (G450C), the organizations said.
As part of the CNSE development plan, the potential, full build-out of the Marcy site would include up to more than 8 million square feet of facilities, with up to three 450mm computer-chip fabs, each with a cleanroom of about 450,000 square feet; total public and private investment of $10 billion to $15 billion for each phase of development; and creation of about 5,000 direct jobs and about 15,000 indirect jobs, according to the joint release.
“The Marcy Nanocenter has the potential to transform the economy of the Mohawk Valley and position the region to become a global leader in the nanotechnology industry,” New York, Lt. Gov. Robert Duffy said in the news release.
“We look forward to working closely with Mohawk Valley EDGE and SUNYIT to ensure expansion of the nanotechnology research, development, commercialization, and manufacturing ecosystem in the Mohawk Valley, which is further strengthening New York’s innovation-enabled economy,” Alain Kaloyeros, senior vice president and CEO of CNSE, said in the release.
With this announcement, CNSE is “broadening” its partnership with Mohawk Valley EDGE and SUNYIT to further the agreement that Cuomo announced in 2011 to establish the G450C at CNSE, according to the news release.
Spearheaded by CNSE, the $4.8 billion G450C has brought together five global, high-tech companies — Intel Corp.(NASDAQ: INTC), IBM (NYSE: IBM), GLOBALFOUNDRIES, Inc., Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., Ltd.(TSMC)(NYSE: TSM), and Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.— at CNSE as part of a wafer and equipment-development environment that will enable a “cost effective and timely” transition from the current 300mm wafer technology to the new 450mm technology, the news release said.
Contact Reinhardt at firstname.lastname@example.org
#2 Sep 12, 2013
The new acting president is a total nano guy. He comes from the Albany nano site. And he's very sharp!
#3 Sep 12, 2013
Well, I know I won't be working there.
#4 Sep 13, 2013
A no one else will be either! Lol
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Since: Mar 09
#5 Sep 13, 2013
Well the "total nano guy" they sent you had better be able to pull a whole new world player nobody has ever heard of out of his ass. If someone ever is crazy enough to play with risking that kind of unstable place it won't be a chip maker you can give it up. Go lure some big fat lithium ion battery cow for Andrew Cuomo, Schumer and Shelly and their crew to hack open and divy up the guts to feed their corrupt vindictive and venal Friends and Families for another generation.
#6 Sep 13, 2013
Hey oh...tony...Imz going to Getz a jobz at the chipz plantz. They be hiringz you knowz. Lol
#7 Sep 13, 2013
I can't contain myself with all the excitement of the new nano center. Utica is about to be transformed into the Silicon Valley of the northeast. Soon houses in Cornhill will be selling for 500k. Trendy restaurants and boutiques will soon be lining Bagg's Square and Bleecker St. Every old crumbling factory building will be transformed into luxurious loft apartments, with rents starting at 2k per month. The renaissance of Utica is just around the corner! There will be a Whole Foods grocery store on Genesee St. and Neiman-Marcus will be building a new store in Riverside, next door to the newly constructed Tiffany's. I can see the future is just around the corner! Soon celebrities and the super rich will come to Utica for no other reason than to be seen in Utica! The streets will be lined with Bentley and Ferrari. TMZ will have a tour bus! I can hear people saying with blatent pride and arrogance "I'm from Utica, bitch" (instead of the current "I'm from between Syracuse and Albany". It will be so wonderful that Disney will seriously consider building a theme park here, just down the road from the newly enlarged Oriskany International Airport. And lets not forget the new convention centers and arenas that will be sprouting up everywhere! Oh it will be so grand! Utica will be a cultural and economic mecca, all because we have a spiffy new nanocenter!
#8 Sep 14, 2013
Don't forget the dick Clark and Annette funiciello museum. Lol
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