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Profile: MARCY NanoCenter
(1/11/2011) Future Fab Intl. Issue 36
By MARCY NanoCenter Business Development, MARCY NanoCenter
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Marcy NanoCenter at SUNYIT is a 350+ acre greenfield site in Upstate New York, pre-permitted for semiconductor manufacturing. Located adjacent to the State University of NY Institute of Technology (SUNYIT), the site is situated at the center of New York’s innovation corridor. Since 2000, over $25 million has been invested in infrastructure improvements at the site.

Marcy NanoCenter at SUNYIT

Marcy NanoCenter at SUNYIT is a 350+ acre greenfield site in upstate New York, pre-permitted for semiconductor manufacturing. Located adjacent to the State University of NY Institute of Technology (SUNYIT), the site is situated at the center of New York’s innovation corridor. Since 2000, over $25 million has been invested in infrastructure improvements at the site. Site features include:

  • an excess of 50 MW of power with 99.9999 redundancy (site stayed lit during blackout of 2003)
  • over 6 MGD of water
  • sits within a two-hour drive of Albany Nanotech, Cornell University, RIT, RPI, Clarkson University and Binghamton University

Adjacent to Marcy NanoCenter is SUNYIT, which has just received an investment of over $127.5 million to build the new Center for Advanced Technology (CAT) and Computer Chip Commercialization Center (Quad-C). The CAT will be home to the college’s new school of Electrical and Computer Engineering. The Quad-C is a new initiative that will enable leading-edge research in partnership with private nanotechnology companies to drive advanced technology development and business opportunities related to test and verification, design, packaging and system-on-a-chip (SoC) technologies. The two facilities will be approximately 180,000 square feet and will include an R&D clean room with class-1000-and-above specs.
Since 2000, New York has committed over $4 billion in incentives for semiconductor manufacturing, R&D and collaboration.

For more information, please visit www.MarcyNanoCenter.com

This special Future Fab article is sponsored by Marcy NanoCenter at SUNYIT
The new home of semiconductor innovation in New York | www.MarcyNanoCenter.com

 
 
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