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GLOBALFOUNDRIES is one of the world’s largest independent semiconductor foundries and was created by the divestiture of the foundry business of AMD on March 2, 2009. GLOBALFOUNDRIES currently has more than 150 customers across the semiconductor ecosystem, with plans to deepen existing relationships and to aggressively pursue new customers. As a result the target audience for the technologies being used is huge and differing technologies are available to suit the needs of nearly all electrical components. Although GlobalFoundries has licensed 14nm FinFET manufacturing technology from Samsung Electronics back in May, 2014, it looks like the company may have to delay mass production using the fabrication process.
Since the 14nm FinFET fabrication process used by Samsung Electronics used by GlobalFoundries is not based on GF’s 20nm technology, the company needs to install certain new tools to start making chips using the manufacturing process. If GlobalFoundries delays installation of equipment necessary to make chips using 14nm FinFET fabrication process from, for example, mid-March to mid-July, then companies like Advanced Micro Devices will not tape out their forthcoming 14nm products in time. According to market rumours, many fabless semiconductor developers are now working on chips that will be made at TSMC, Samsung and GlobalFoundies.
KitGuru Says: While the situation with 14nm and 16nm FinFET technologies is more or less clear and business approaches of large developers of chips seem logical, it remains to be seen what effect will it have on chip and contract chip manufacturing businesses. One of Qualcomm’s most senior and pivotal employees has been snatched up by the fab company Globalfoundries after spending 12 years with the company. Bill Davidson has been a investor relations and global marketing executive at Qualcomm for the past seven years, last assuming the role of SVP of Qualcomm Investor Relations, SVP of Strategy and Operations for Global Market Devlepment-QTI.
Davidson has been one of the pivotal figures inside Qualcomm over the past 12 years at the company, and his departure surely comes as a surprise to many. Considering his experience in the past, this position is a great one for him to take and will finally put him in the C-level executive territory which anyone in his position would strive for.
This is their second major C-level executive from the mobile industry, as their current CEO Sanjay Jha was formerly Motorola’s CEO and Bill Davidson comes from Qualcomm, a company born and bred from mobile. Shareholders are likely to hope that this time Globalfoundries’ CEO will be able to steer the company in a more stable direction where they can be feared among the likes of Samsung and TSMC. While it remains to be seen how its new 14nm FINFET technology will work out (and who will be customers), there is no doubt that Globalfoundries have made a good choice in bringing Davidson on board. Change of plan: the White House says Barack Obama will be visiting the Albany area next Tuesday, but it will be at UAlbany's College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering -- not GlobalFoundries as earlier indicated. On Tuesday, May 8, the President will travel to the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering's (CNSE) Albany NanoTech Complex at the State University of New York in Albany, New York for an event on the economy.
Even though the specific venue is changing, the setting will still project the same message: Hey, look, there's sophisticated manufacturing in the United States. Did someone at the WH realize that it was a Bush era initiative that started the GlobalFoundries courting effort, approved by Petaki and pushed by Bruno?
I find it very sad that when the president come to CNSE, all of us hard working union brothers and sisters, who are building the expansion on the corner of Washington ave and fuller rd. Our President is a very smart guy, so, who says he is feigning interest when presented with new technological advances and touring plants? Ever wish you had a smart, savvy friend with the inside line on what's happening around the Capital Region?

I went to the community open house at the Globalfoundries Fab2 construction site in Malta, New York this morning. The actual construction site could be seen from outside the tent.  I took a few of my own pictures that you can see below. The construction and eventual operation of this plant will be an economic boost to Saratoga Springs and the surrounding area for years to come. The local “newspapers” lack of in depth investigative reporting was not at all included in their articles! What was the reason the entire working platform had to be ‘bulldozed’ flat and devoid of mature stands of trees and other fauna? Waht is the landscaping of the buildings and parking areas supposed to ‘blend’ into the surrounding topography? For Your Information the Mayor, who had his hand opefor the entire process was found guilty of 23 or the 24 charges, his hand was returning to his pocket with money he should not have had procession of! A good portion of the costs involved with this Major Project is directly underwritten by taxes paid by Us, we are infact Partners in all of this, We should be kept informed on how are invested funds are being worked! The new company instantly became a joint venture between AMD and the Advanced Technology Investment Company of Abu Dhabi (ATIC). When completed the facility in Saratoga County, New York will be producing over 40,000 cutting-edge 300mm wafers and employ over 1400 workers. Current customers include many of the world’s top fabless and fab-lite companies, such as AMD, Qualcomm, STMicro, IBM, and Toshiba. According to a media report, the company has stopped installation of equipment required to make chips using 14nm FinFET technology. Unfortunately, it does not seem that the fab 8 in Saratoga county, New York, is ready for this equipment. The companies need to maximally align their equipment setups before starting mass production so that the chips produced at different fabs would be completely identical.
It usually takes two to three quarters from the initial tape-out of chips to their commercial launch. A good news is that after absorbing IBM’s foundry business GlobalFoundries now has a lot more specialists to develop the technology.
Taping out chips at multiple fabs requires a lot of capital spending, something that many companies in the industry just cannot afford. But, his knowledge and expertise in the areas of investor relations, operations and marketing will be invaluable at a company like Globalfoundries that is still looking to find a firm footing. While it’s not likely his departure is indicative of any larger trends of executives leaving Qualcomm, there is still reason to pay attention to both companies to see where their execs are coming and going.
There is no doubt that Globalfoundries is a world class fab and foundry, but they have had a fairly spotty past which has cast doubt upon their future every time, and the short tenure of Ajit Manocha doesn’t help that (three years as CEO). What about letting interest happen at a place that is deserving of it, and to give credit to those who supported a good idea in its infancy. Ten Billion of many Corporate Headquarters in ten years were build and remain sucessful but accessible by two lane tree stands lined country lane like entrances with multi-storied parking structures and modest designed multi-storied offices etc, all this surrounded by lawns and fields!

ATIC then acquired Chartered Semiconductor, one of the world’s top dedicated semiconductor foundries. As you can imagine these customers all have different needs and as you can tell from the slide above GLOBALFOUNDRIES has the technology to supoort them. As a result, a three-month delay by GlobalFoundries could mean that certain companies will have to delay mass production from early 2016 to mid-2016, a major postponement in the semiconductor world. However, it looks like due to yield and cost issues fabless designers of chips will use multiple foundry partners going forward. While Davidson will not be taking the role of CEO at Globalfoundries, which was recently filled this year by Sanjay Jha, he will be assuming the position of Chief Administrative Officer. Globalfoundries has had a history of hiring very experienced and knowledgeable people, but it hasn’t always worked out for them. But even so, Globalfoundries is still growing and expanding and it is still rumored to be in talks with IBM to take over its Fishkill foundry. To make comments about Democratic feigned interest or diminish the visit of a Potus because you don't like him is infantile. I understand a one way starting at the ESP ramp, as that really throws a wrench in everything. It was a good thing because it was raining pretty hard and the gravel parking lot had a lot of water on it.
Obviously, it is possible to tape out chips at Samsung and then produce them at GF, but given FinFET yield issues and increased demands for capacity, it may not be that easy for Samsung to run test shuttle wafers for GF’s clients. In his new role he is responsible for Global Marketing, Communications, Government Affairs, Human Resources, Real Estate, Facilities and Compliance. Globalfoundries has also been responsible for nearly 2,400 jobs being created in the upstate New York area, economically driving that part of New York state through the recession.
Keep to the issues, and let the nobility and courage of exploring new ground to be the subject of the day. As you show, it's clearly large enough to be two way, and one way streets encourage speeding, even without the super wide street. You can’t see the construction site from any of the main roads in the area because it is a few miles deep into The Luther Forest. And listen to the response - his is certainly going to have more meaning than either of yours.
I'll never understand Albany's love affair with unnecessary one ways and I've live here all my life.
They had a few large pictures of the construction site inside the tent as well as artist conceptions of the completed building.

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