By Adele Hars
If you've followed the industry buzz in recent weeks, you've seen the news: the CPU for Nintendo's upcoming (and very cool) Wii U is on IBM's 45nm SOI.
IBM's been fabbing chips for Nintendo for over a decade, and first moved the company's CPUs to SOI in 2006, at 90nm. The Wii U, which got its debut at the recent E3 show, will hit the shelves in 2012.
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