UMC has delivered the 20 millionth RADEON 9200 chip to ATI. The chips, created with 0.15 micron process technology and manufactured on UMC’s 300mm fab 12A in Tainan and 8F 200mm fab in Hsinchu, Taiwan, bring well-needed graphic capabilities to personal computers.

UMC has delivered the 20 millionth RADEON 9200 chip to ATI. The chips, created with 0.15 micron process technology and manufactured on UMC’s 300mm fab 12A in Tainan and 8F 200mm fab in Hsinchu, Taiwan, bring well-needed graphic capabilities to personal computers.

Fu Tai Liou, president of America Business Group at UMC noted, “ATI, a long-term partner of UMC, continues to demonstrate its leadership in the PC graphic chip industry. We are enthusiastic about the delivery of the 20 millionth RADEON 9200 chip, particularly as we reached this goal with high-yield performance and exceptionally low-defect densities, and on 300mm silicon.”

Rick Bergman, senior vice president, PC Business Unit, ATI Technologies Inc., stated, “Working with UMC has enabled ATI to very successfully deliver world-beating graphics to price-conscious customers. UMC has helped us make the RADEON 9200 the solution of choice for a wide range of PCs worldwide.”