Fab Utilization by Wafer Size*   Production* in MSI   Capacity* in MSI   300mm Cap* by Nd   200mm Cap* by Nd   <200mm Cap* by Nd  
  Size**: 300 200 <200[1] <150   300 200 <200[2] <150   300 200 <200[3] <150   65 90 130 >130   65 90 130 >130   65 90 130 >130  
  06 JAN 95% 90% 89% 93%   105.5 260.9 79.9 16.1   110.6 289.1 90.0 17.4   16.3 68.3 26.0 0.0   4.1 50.2 48.0 186.8   0.0 0.0 8.5 98.9  
  FEB 94% 91% 89% 92%   109.6 261.8 79.3 12.9   116.8 289.3 89.0 14.0   17.9 70.6 28.3 0.0   4.5 51.7 46.8 186.2   0.0 0.0 6.2 96.8  
  MAR 97% 95% 91% 91%   122.2 274.9 79.9 12.8   125.4 288.8 88.2 14.0   20.7 74.9 29.8 0.0   5.2 54.6 46.2 182.9   0.0 0.0 4.7 97.5  
  APR 96% 94% 91% 91%   126.1 272.8 78.9 11.7   130.8 290.6 87.1 12.9   23.1 78.8 28.9 0.0   5.8 57.2 45.6 182.1   0.0 0.0 5.5 94.4  
  MAY 96% 94% 91% 92%   130.6 273.7 78.5 10.8   135.7 291.1 85.8 11.8   25.1 82.2 28.5 0.0   6.3 59.4 45.4 180.0   0.0 0.0 6.0 91.6  
  JUN 95% 92% 89% 90%   134.3 267.4 71.3 14.6   141.1 290.3 80.5 16.3   27.2 86.0 28.0 0.0   6.8 61.9 45.2 176.4   0.0 0.0 6.5 90.4  
  JUL 95% 92% 90%     143.6 269.5 77.9     152.0 294.4 86.3     30.3 88.6 33.1 0.0   7.6 63.7 44.4 178.7   0.0 0.0 1.4 84.9  
  AUG 94% 91% 91%     148.1 269.4 75.5     158.0 294.8 82.9     33.7 90.9 33.5 0.0   8.4 65.2 43.3 177.9   0.0 0.0 1.0 81.9  
  SEP 92% 93% 95%     152.4 275.6 76.4     164.9 295.7 80.7     38.8 93.8 32.3 0.0   9.7 67.1 42.1 176.8   0.0 0.0 2.2 78.5  
  OCT 92% 93% 93%     156.0 273.9 80.9     169.7 296.0 86.7     43.2 94.0 32.4 0.0   10.8 67.3 42.2 175.7   0.0 0.0 2.0 84.6  
  NOV 92% 92% 92%     160.5 273.8 81.4     174.9 297.1 88.3     47.0 94.3 33.6 0.0   11.8 67.5 43.3 174.5   0.0 0.0 0.9 87.4  
  DEC 87% 87% 86%     158.4 258.1 73.4     183.1 297.9 85.2     52.4 94.6 36.2 0.0   13.1 67.7 44.3 172.8   0.0 0.0 1.1 84.2  
  07 JAN 88% 84% 83%     164.5 246.0 73.3     187.4 294.5 88.4     56.8 94.9 35.8 0.0   14.2 67.9 44.1 168.3   0.0 0.0 1.1 87.3  
  FEB 85% 81% 80%     162.5 238.3 70.4     190.9 294.2 87.5     60.5 95.1 35.3 0.0   15.1 68.0 44.0 167.1   0.0 0.0 1.0 86.5  
  MAR 87% 83% 83%     172.2 244.8 73.1     196.9 294.1 88.4     66.3 95.5 35.1 0.0   16.6 68.3 43.9 165.3   0.0 0.0 1.0 87.4  
  APR 88% 84% 84%     178.6 248.5 72.9     202.3 294.7 86.9     71.2 96.4 34.8 0.0   17.8 68.9 43.8 164.3   0.0 0.0 1.0 85.9  
  MAY 90% 87% 87%     187.0 256.8 73.5     206.8 295.2 84.9     75.3 97.2 34.3 0.0   18.8 69.4 43.6 163.3   0.0 0.0 1.0 83.9  
  JUN 91% 90% 90%     192.2 266.7 74.6     211.9 295.8 83.1     79.9 98.0 34.0 0.0   20.0 70.0 43.5 162.3   0.0 0.0 0.9 82.2  
  JUL 92% 92% 91%     199.7 272.1 74.4     217.0 296.2 81.3     84.5 98.9 33.7 0.0   21.1 70.5 43.4 161.2   0.0 0.0 0.9 80.4  
  AUG 93% 95% 94%     206.7 281.7 73.8     221.8 296.7 78.8     88.6 99.7 33.5 0.0   22.2 71.1 43.3 160.2   0.0 0.0 0.9 77.9  
  SEP P 94% 97% 94%     214.2 287.7 72.5     228.1 297.4 76.8     93.8 100.6 33.7 0.0   23.4 71.7 43.4 158.9   0.0 0.0 0.9 75.9  
  OCT F 94% 97% 95%     219.1 288.9 70.3     233.0 297.9 74.3     98.0 101.4 33.6 0.0   24.5 72.2 43.4 157.8   0.0 0.0 0.9 73.4  
  * Based on line loading. ** in millimeters     * Includes IC, discrete, test and R&D wafers   * Realized     * Realized Capacity by Node (in nm)   * Realized Capacity by Node (in nm)   * Realized Capacity by Node (in nm)  
  Text Box: Utilization rates continued to increase across all wafer sizes in September and they are highest at 200mm fabs.  -- Aida
 
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[1]
Dan: values through June 2006 are only for 150mm. After that point the magnitude of the <150mm capacity and production became too small to track reliably.
[2]
Dan: values through June 2006 are only for 150mm. After that point the magnitude of the <150mm capacity and production became too small to track reliably.
[3]
Dan: values through June 2006 are only for 150mm. After that point the magnitude of the <150mm capacity and production became too small to track reliably.