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Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation: Announcement of 2009 Annual Results
Date:4/26/2010

esigns and applications continue to emerge among the Chinese fabless companies, and we are producing a broad range of applications for them, including CMOS image sensor (CIS), Mobile CMMB, HDTV, RFID, wireless and other products. To this end, SMIC remains committed to collaborating with our existing and new customers in China, and further solidifying our position as the leading foundry in the market. At the same time, we will also continue to expand our presence in the global arena.

Research and Development

In 2009, our research and development expenses were $160.8 million, which represented 15.0% of our sales.

The research and development efforts were focused primarily on our logic platform and system-on-chip (SOC) applications. SMIC in 2009 has achieved many significant milestones. Early on in the year, Synopsis and SMIC released an enhanced 90-nanometer hierarchical, multi-voltage RTL-to-GDSII reference design flow that will provide advanced synthesis with built-in capability of design-for-test (DFT) and design-for-manufacturing (DFM). In April 2009, working with a leading Chinese domestic fabless company, we developed a 90-nanometer digital photo frame chip, which is the most integrated multimedia SOC in the market. For advanced CMOS logic, SMIC demonstrated a silicon success in our 45-nanometer process ahead of schedule, and also added new IP libraries in 65-nanometer and 90-nanometer technology nodes. In addition, the Company successfully developed the 0.11 micron CMOS image sensor (CIS) process technology, one of the advanced process technologies for CIS currently available in the industry. In Non-Volatile Memory (NVM) technology, the 0.13-micron ETox products went into production in early 2009 and 90-nanometer ETox products are currently in risk production.
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