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September 18, 2018: GLOBALFOUNDRIES Inc. issued patent titled "Secure hyper transfer of large files"

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GLOBALFOUNDRIES Inc. has been issued a new U.S. patent titled "Secure hyper transfer of large files" by the US Patent and Trademark Office. The patent number is 10,078,638 and was issued on September 18, 2018.

ABSTRACT

A system is disclosed having at least one computing device configured to send a computer file across a network by segmenting the computer file into identifiable segments and sending the segments in parallel across the network. The segmenting can be initiated while the computer file is generated. In another embodiment, a computer program product is disclosed having program code stored on a computer-readable storage medium, which when executed by at least one computing device, causes the computing device to transfer a computer file across a computer network by segmenting the computer file into identifiable segments and sending the segments in parallel across the network. The segmenting can be initiated while the computer file is generated. In another embodiment, a method of transferring a computer file across a network is disclosed, the method including segmenting the computer file into identifiable segments and sending the segments in parallel across the network.

Appl. No.15/175,767

CLAIMS

We claim:

1. A system comprising: at least one computing device configured to send a computer file across a network from a first network file system to a second network file system by performing actions including: segmenting the computer file into identifiable segments, the segmenting being initiated while the computer file is being generated into the first network file system; and sending the segments in parallel across the network, wherein segmenting is performed by a first hypertransfer transactor writing transaction control data into first control files, the transaction control data indicating that the computer file exists or is being generated and wherein the segmenting is initiated in response to invoking the first hypertransfer transactor or in response to the first hypertransfer transactor generating the computer file.

2. The system of claim 1, wherein the system further comprises: at least a second computing device configured to receive the computer file from across the network by performing actions including: receiving the segments.

3. The system of claim 2, wherein receiving the segments at the at least a second computing device further comprises: determining hash information for the segments at the second computer network file system; and verifying the segments received are the same as the segments sent by comparing the hash information for the segments at the second computer network file system with hash information determined at the first computer network file system.

4. The system of claim 3, wherein as a result of verifying revealing that hash information for any particular segment at the second computer network file system is not the same as hash information for that particular segment at the first computer network file system, the particular segment is re-sent.

5. The system of claim 1, wherein the at least one computing device is configured to receive file segments from a second computing device.

6. The system of claim 1, wherein the first hypertransfer transactor is configured to be invoked by a first file-generating application generating the file into the first network file system.

7. The system of claim 1, wherein segmenting includes a first hypertransfer controller reading the first control files to determine when the file is to be sent.

8. The system of claim 7, wherein segmenting includes the first hypertransfer controller initiating a plurality of first hypertransfer agents, the plurality of first hypertransfer agents reading the first control files to determine segment size, each first hypertransfer agent updating the first control files to identify with a specific segment.

9. The system of claim 8, wherein the first hypertransfer controller is configured to read operating instruction data from a first configuration file.

10. The system of claim 8, wherein segmenting further includes launching the plurality of hypertransfer agents on a plurality of other systems, the systems all sharing the first network file system.

11. The system of claim 8, wherein sending includes updating the at least one control file with file transfer progress data.

12. A computer program product comprising program code stored on a non-transitory computer-readable medium, which when executed by at least one computing device, causes the at least one computing device to transfer a computer file across a computer network by performing actions including: segmenting the computer file into identifiable segments, the segmenting being initiated while the computer file is generated into the first network file system; and sending the segments in parallel across the network, wherein segmenting includes a first hypertransfer transactor writing transaction control data into first control files, the transaction control data indicating that the computer file exists or is being generated, and wherein segmenting further includes a first hypertransfer controller reading first control files to determine when a file is to be sent and initiating a plurality of first hypertransfer agents, the plurality of first hypertransfer agents reading the first control files to determine segment size, each first hypertransfer agent updating the first control files to identify with a specific segment.

13. The computer program product of claim 12, wherein the actions further include hashing the file segments.

14. The computer program product of claim 12, wherein the first hypertransfer transactor is configured to be invoked by a first file-generating application generating the file into the first network file system.

15. The computer program product of claim 12, wherein segmenting further includes launching the plurality of hypertransfer agents on a plurality of systems, the systems all sharing the first network file system.

16. A method of transferring a computer file across a network, the computer file being segmented into identifiable segments while the computer file is generated into a first computer network file system, wherein the segmenting includes a first hypertransfer transactor writing transaction control data into first control files, the transaction control data indicating that the computer file exists or is being generated, the method comprising: receiving the segments, sent in parallel across the network, at a second computer network file system, determining hash information for the segments at the second computer network file system; and verifying the segments received are the same as the segments sent by comparing the hash information for the segments at the second computer network file system with hash information determined at the first computer network file system.

17. The method of claim 16, wherein the method further comprises: segmenting the computer file into identifiable segments; sending the segments in parallel across the network to the second computer network file system; and resending segments whose hash information determined at the second computer network file system is different than the hash information determined at the first computer network file system.

18. The method of claim 17, wherein the method further comprises sending the segments to a plurality of computer network file systems simultaneously.

ORIGINAL ANNOUNCEMENT

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INDEX

SECTION 1 GLOBALFOUNDRIES INC. PROFILE

SECTION 2 PRESS RELEASES: 2018

SECTION 3 OTHER NEWS: 2018

SECTION 4 GLOBALFOUNDRIES INC. PATENTS

SECTION 5 GLOBALFOUNDRIES INC. TOP MANAGEMENT

SECTION 1 GLOBALFOUNDRIES INC. PROFILE

1.1 ACTIVITIES

GLOBALFOUNDRIES is a leading full-service semiconductor foundry providing a unique combination of design, development, and fabrication services to some of the world's most inspired technology companies. With a global manufacturing footprint spanning three continents, GLOBALFOUNDRIES makes possible the technologies and systems that transform industries and give customers the power to shape their markets. GLOBALFOUNDRIES is owned by Mubadala Development Company.

1.2 SUMMARY

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Website: http://www.globalfoundries.com

Industry: Semiconductors

SECTION 2 PRESS RELEASES: 2018

March 20: GLOBALFOUNDRIES Launches RF Ecosystem Program to Accelerate Time-to-Market for Wireless Connectivity, Radar and 5G Applications

GLOBALFOUNDRIES today announced a new ecosystem partner program, called RFwave(TradeMark), designed to simplify RF design and help customers reduce time-to-market for a new era of wireless devices and networks.

The last few years there has been an increasing demand for connected devices and systems that will require innovations in radio technologies to support the new modes of operation and higher capabilities. The RFwave Partner Program builds upon GF's 5G vision and roadmap, with a focus on the company's industry-leading radio frequency (RF) solutions, such as FD-SOI, RF CMOS (bulk and advanced CMOS nodes), RF SOI and silicon germanium (SiGe) technologies. The program provides a low-risk, cost-effective path for designers seeking to build highly optimized RF solutions for a range of wireless applications such as IoT across various wireless connectivity and cellular standards, standalone or transceiver integrated 5G front end modules, mmWave backhaul, automotive radar, small cell and fixed wireless and satellite broadband.

RFwave enables customers to build innovative RF solutions as well as packaging and test solutions. Initial partners have committed a set of key offerings to the program, including:

tools (EDA) that complement industry leading design flows by adding specific modules to easily leverage features of GF's RF technology platforms,

a comprehensive library of design elements (IP), including foundation IP, interfaces and complex IP to enable foundry customers to start their designs using pre-validated IP elements,

resources (design consultation, services), trained and globally distributed, for Partners to gain easy access to support in developing solutions using GF's RF technologies

Source: Company Release

SECTION 3 OTHER NEWS: 2018

July 09: GLOBALFOUNDRIES Surpasses $2 Billion in Design Win Revenue on 22FDX(Registered) Technology

GLOBALFOUNDRIES today announced that the company's 22nm FD-SOI (22FDX(Registered)) technology has delivered more than two billion dollars of client design win revenue. With more than 50 total client designs, 22FDX is proving to be the industry's leading platform for power-optimized chips across a broad range of high-growth applications such as automotive, 5G connectivity and the Internet of Things (IoT).

For clients who need significant reductions in power and die size relative to a traditional bulk CMOS process, 22FDX offers the industry's lowest operating voltage, delivering up to 500MHz frequencies at only 0.4 volts. The technology also delivers efficient single-chip integration of RF, transceiver, baseband, processor, and power management components, providing an unparalleled combination of high performance RF and mmWave functionality with low-power, high density logic for devices that require long-lasting battery life, increased processing capability, and connectivity.

"At Synaptics, as we expand upon our industry-leading mobile and PC businesses to include delivering new and innovative products that address the booming IoT market, we require the best available technologies to enable us to deliver top-notch solutions including voice and multimedia processing capabilities for our customers," said Rick Bergman, President and CEO at Synaptics.

June 28: GLOBALFOUNDRIES to Deliver Socionext's Next Generation Graphics Controller for Advanced In-Vehicle Display Applications

GLOBALFOUNDRIES today announced that Socionext Inc. will manufacture the third and latest generation of its graphics display controllers, the SC1701, on GF's 55nm Low Power Extended (55LPx) process technology with embedded non-volatile memory (SuperFlash(Registered)). The 55LPx platform enables several new features in Socionext's SC1701 series including enhanced diagnostic and security protection capabilities, cyclic redundancy code (CRC) checks, picture freeze detection, and multi window signature unit for advanced in-vehicle display systems. The shipping of the SC1701 from Socionext will start at the end of July.

In recent years, the number of in-vehicle electronic systems has risen exponentially with increasing requirements for multiple content-rich displays. Socionext's SC1701 controller integrates a variety of system component features along with APIX(Registered)3 technology and automotive safety functions to meet the increasing demand for high speed video and data connectivity and stringent safety requirements. The device supports display resolution up to one U-HD (4K) or two F-HD (2K) at 30bpp, and capable of receiving two separate video streams over a single link by utilizing the VESA(Registered) display stream compression (DSC) method.

May 29: GLOBALFOUNDRIES Enters Volume Production of Ultra High Voltage Process Technology for Industrial and Power Applications

GLOBALFOUNDRIES today announced that its 180nm Ultra High Voltage (180UHV) technology platform has entered volume production for a range of client applications, including AC-DC controllers for industrial power supplies, wireless charging, solid state and LED lighting, as well as AC adapters for consumer electronics and smartphones.

The increasing demand for highly cost-effective systems requires integrated circuits (ICs) that achieve significant area savings while reducing bill-of-materials (BOM) and printed circuit board (PCB) footprint by integrating discrete components onto the same die. GF's 180UHV platform features a 3.3V LV CMOS baseline, with options for HV18, HV30 and 700V UHV, that delivers significant area savings for both digital and analog circuit blocks, compared to the traditional 5V bipolar CMOS DMOS (BCD) technologies.

"GF's leadership in providing high voltage solutions makes the company a perfect strategic partner for On-Bright's power supply technologies," said Julian Chen, CEO of On-Bright, the leading market player in AC-DC switch mode power supply products. "GF's new 180UHV process integrates UHV components into the same IC with 180nm digital and analog by incorporating On-Bright know-how in the design.

May 23: GLOBALFOUNDRIES Announces Industry's Most Advanced Automotive-Qualified Production FD-SOI Process Technology

GLOBALFOUNDRIES today announced that its 22nm FD-SOI (22FDX(Registered)) technology platform has been certified to AEC-Q100 Grade 2 for production. As the industry's most advanced automotive-qualified FD-SOI process technology, GF's 22FDX platform includes a comprehensive set of technology and design enablement capabilities tailored to improve the performance and power efficiency of automotive integrated circuits (ICs) while maintaining adherence to strict automotive safety and quality standards.

With the rapid proliferation of automotive electronics content and regulations on energy efficiency and safety, semiconductor device component quality and reliability are more critical than ever. As a part of the AEC-Q100 certification, devices must successfully withstand reliability stress tests for an extended period of time, over a wide temperature range in order to achieve Grade 2 certification. The qualification of GF's 22FDX process exemplifies the company's commitment to providing high-performance, high-quality technology solutions for the automotive industry.

"FD-SOI has advantages for companies who are looking for real-time trade-offs in power, performance and cost," said Dan Hutcheson, CEO and Chairman of VLSI Research.

SECTION 4 GLOBALFOUNDRIES INC. PATENTS

4.1 Number of Patents Issued to GLOBALFOUNDRIES Inc. (Past 12 Months)

There were a total of 628 patents issued to GLOBALFOUNDRIES Inc. in the past 12 months. The highest number (73) were issued in October, 2017.

MonthNo. of Patents Issued
September25
August65
July59
June36
May59
April44
March44
February50
January53
December60
November60
October73
Total (Past 12 Months)628

4.2 Patents issued to GLOBALFOUNDRIES Inc. by the US PTO and the EPO on same inventions

In the past 24 months 65 patents were issued by the USPTO and the European Patent Office (EPO) to GLOBALFOUNDRIES Inc.. Recent 50 US PTO and the EPO on same inventions are as follows:

TitleUS PTOEPO
Address Based Memory Data Path Programming Scheme9,721,628; 01 Aug, 2017US9721628 (B1); 01 Aug, 2017
Chip Integration Including Vertical Field-Effect Transistors And Bipolar Junction Transistors10,002,797; 19 Jun, 2018US10002797 (B1); 19 Jun, 2018
Compensation Of Temperature Effects In Semiconductor Device Structures9,837,439; 05 Dec, 2017US9837439 (B1); 05 Dec, 2017
Connecting To Back-Plate Contacts Or Diode Junctions Through A Rmg Electrode And Resulting Devices9,548,318; 17 Jan, 2017US9548318 (B1); 17 Jan, 2017
Contact Geometry Having A Gate Silicon Length Decoupled From A Transistor LengthUS2016315162 (A1); 27 Oct, 2016
Contacts For A Fin-Type Field-Effect Transistor9,741,615; 22 Aug, 2017US9741615 (B1); 22 Aug, 2017
Content-Addressable Memory Having Multiple Reference Matchlines To Reduce Latency9,704,575; 11 Jul, 2017US9704575 (B1); 11 Jul, 2017
Crack Trapping In Semiconductor Device Structures10,068,859; 04 Sep, 2018US10068859 (B1); 04 Sep, 2018
Devices And Methods For Dynamically Tunable Biasing To Backplates And Wells9,716,138; 25 Jul, 2017US9716138 (B1); 25 Jul, 2017
Dram Structure With A Single Diffusion Break10,026,740; 17 Jul, 2018US10026740 (B1); 17 Jul, 2018
Dummy Gate Used As Interconnection And Method Of Making The Same9,595,478; 14 Mar, 2017US2017141110 (A1); 18 May, 2017
Embedded Polysilicon Resistors With Crystallization Barriers9,716,136; 25 Jul, 2017US9716136 (B1); 25 Jul, 2017
Embedded Silicon Carbide Block Patterning9,922,972; 20 Mar, 2018US9922972 (B1); 20 Mar, 2018
Field Effect Transistor Structure With Recessed Interlayer Dielectric And Method10,026,818; 17 Jul, 2018US10026818 (B1); 17 Jul, 2018
Fin-Fet Resonant Body Transistor10,002,859; 19 Jun, 2018US10002859 (B1); 19 Jun, 2018
Fin-Type Metal-Semiconductor Resistors And Fabrication Methods Thereof9,595,518; 14 Mar, 2017US9595518 (B1); 14 Mar, 2017
Finfet Spacer Formation On Gate Sidewalls, Between The Channel And Source/Drain Regions9,806,078; 31 Oct, 2017US9806078 (B1); 31 Oct, 2017
Formation Of Bottom Junction In Vertical Fet Devices9,842,933; 12 Dec, 2017US9842933 (B1); 12 Dec, 2017
Integrated Circuit Structure Having Through-Silicon Via And Method Of Forming Same9,805,977; 31 Oct, 2017US9805977 (B1); 31 Oct, 2017
Integrated Circuit Structure Incorporating Non-Planar Field Effect Transistors With Different Channel Region Heights And Method10,068,902; 04 Sep, 2018US10068902 (B1); 04 Sep, 2018
Integrated Circuit Structure Without Gate Contact And Method Of Forming Same9,842,927; 12 Dec, 2017US9842927 (B1); 12 Dec, 2017
Integrated Circuits With Self Aligned Contact Structures For Improved Windows And Fabrication Methods10,068,921; 04 Sep, 2018
Integrated Interface Structure9,875,956; 23 Jan, 2018US9875956 (B1); 23 Jan, 2018
Interconnection Cells Having Variable Width Metal Lines And Fully-Self Aligned Variable Length Continuity Cuts10,002,786; 19 Jun, 2018US10002786 (B1); 19 Jun, 2018
Interconnection Lines Having Variable Widths And Partially Self-Aligned Continuity Cuts9,887,127; 06 Feb, 2018US9887127 (B1); 06 Feb, 2018
Latency Compensation Network Using Timing Slack Sensors9,716,487; 25 Jul, 2017US9716487 (B1); 25 Jul, 2017
Metal Resistor Using Finfet-Based Replacement Gate Process9,478,625; 25 Oct, 2016US9478625 (B1); 25 Oct, 2016
Method And Process For Integration Of Tsv-Middle In 3d Ic Stacks9,553,080; 24 Jan, 2017US9553080 (B1); 24 Jan, 2017
Method And Structure For Iii-V Nanowire Tunnel Fets9,548,381; 17 Jan, 2017US9548381 (B1); 17 Jan, 2017
Method And Structure Of Forming Self-Aligned Rmg Gate For Vfet9,780,208; 03 Oct, 2017US9780208 (B1); 03 Oct, 2017
Method For Improved Fin Profile9,553,194; 24 Jan, 2017US9553194 (B1); 24 Jan, 2017
Method For Producing Self-Aligned Line End Vias And Related Device9,741,613; 22 Aug, 2017US9741613 (B1); 22 Aug, 2017
Method Including A Formation Of A Control Gate Of A Nonvolatile Memory Cell And Semiconductor Structure Including A Nonvolatile Memory Cell9,548,312; 17 Jan, 2017US9548312 (B1); 17 Jan, 2017
Method Of Concurrently Forming Source/Drain And Gate Contacts And Related Device9,837,402; 05 Dec, 2017US9837402 (B1); 05 Dec, 2017
Method Of Forming Inner Spacers On A Nano-Sheet/Wire Device9,799,748; 24 Oct, 2017US9799748 (B1); 24 Oct, 2017
Method Of Manufacturing A Semiconductor Wafer Having An Soi Configuration9,842,762; 12 Dec, 2017US9842762 (B1); 12 Dec, 2017
Method Of Using A Back-End-Of-Line Connection Structure To Distribute Current Envenly Among Multiple Tsvs In A Series For Delivery To A Top DieDE102016202738 (A1); 29 Sep, 2016
Methods For Fabricating Programmable Devices And Related Structures9,564,447; 07 Feb, 2017US9564447 (B1); 07 Feb, 2017
Methods For Forming Transistor Devices With Different Threshold Voltages And The Resulting Devices9,875,940; 23 Jan, 2018US9478538 (B1); 25 Oct, 2016
Methods For Providing Variable Feature Widths In A Self-Aligned Spacer-Mask Patterning Process9,887,135; 06 Feb, 2018US9887135 (B1); 06 Feb, 2018
Methods Of Forming Epi Semiconductor Material On The Source/Drain Regions Of A Finfet Device9,887,094; 06 Feb, 2018US9887094 (B1); 06 Feb, 2018
Methods Of Forming Fin Cut Regions By Oxidizing Fin Portions9,847,418; 19 Dec, 2017US9847418 (B1); 19 Dec, 2017
Methods Of Forming Punch Through Stop Regions On Finfet Devices On Cmos-Based Ic Products Using Doped Spacers9,508,604; 29 Nov, 2016US9508604 (B1); 29 Nov, 2016
Methods Of Forming Uniform And Pitch Independent Fin Recess9,875,939; 23 Jan, 2018US9875939 (B1); 23 Jan, 2018
Methods, Apparatus And System For Local Isolation Formation For Finfet Devices10,014,209; 03 Jul, 2018US9722053 (B1); 01 Aug, 2017
Multi-Chip Modules With Vertically Aligned Grating Couplers For Transmission Of Light Signals Between Optical Waveguides9,715,064; 25 Jul, 2017US9715064 (B1); 25 Jul, 2017
Parasitic Lateral Bipolar Transistor With Improved Ideality And Leakage Currents9,741,713; 22 Aug, 2017US9741713 (B1); 22 Aug, 2017
Sav Using Selective Saqp/Sadp9,478,462; 25 Oct, 2016US9478462 (B1); 25 Oct, 2016
Seamless Metallization Contacts9,633,946; 25 Apr, 2017US9633946 (B1); 25 Apr, 2017
Self Aligned Interconnect Structures9,922,929; 20 Mar, 2018US9922929 (B1); 20 Mar, 2018
Self-Aligned Contact Etch For Fabricating A Finfet9,905,473; 27 Feb, 2018US9905473 (B1); 27 Feb, 2018

4.3 Previous 10 GLOBALFOUNDRIES INC. Patent titles:

Issue DateIssuing OfficePatent TitlePatent Number
Sep 18, 2018US PTOWaveguide structures used in phonotics chip packaging10,078,183
Sep 18, 2018US PTOWafer level electrical test for optical proximity correction and/or etch bias10,078,107
Sep 11, 2018US PTOPhase rotator apparatus10,075,174
Sep 11, 2018US PTOMethods of forming short channel and long channel finFET devices so as to adjust threshold voltages10,074,732
Sep 11, 2018US PTODevice with decreased pitch contact to active regions10,074,571
Sep 11, 2018US PTOSelf-aligned middle of the line (MOL) contacts10,074,564
Sep 4, 2018EPOVertical field effect transistor (VFET) having a self-aligned gate/gate extension structure and methodUS10068987 (B1)
Sep 4, 2018EPOIntegrated circuit structure incorporating non-planar field effect transistors with different channel region heights and methodUS10068902 (B1)
Sep 4, 2018EPOCrack trapping in semiconductor device structuresUS10068859 (B1)
Sep 4, 2018US PTOMethod, apparatus and system for voltage compensation in a semiconductor wafer10,069,490

4.4 Previous 5 GLOBALFOUNDRIES INC. Patent abstracts:

September 18, 2018 GLOBALFOUNDRIES Inc. issued patent titled "Waveguide structures used in phonotics chip packaging"

ABSTRACT

The disclosure relates to semiconductor structures and, more particularly, to waveguide structures used in phonotics chip packaging and methods of manufacture. The structure includes: a first die comprising photonics functions including a waveguide structure; a second die bonded to the first die and comprising CMOS logic functions; and an optical fiber optically coupled to the waveguide structure and positioned within a cavity formed in the second die.

September 18, 2018 GLOBALFOUNDRIES Inc. issued patent titled "Wafer level electrical test for optical proximity correction and/or etch bias"

ABSTRACT

Three reference resistors of the same resistance and a test structure are connected in a circuit having a Wheatstone Bride design. The circuit is electrically coupled between an input and ground. A voltage applied at the input resulting in an electrical characteristic difference between two midpoints of the circuit indicates the need for corrective action with respect to a design of the test structure for either OPC or etch bias.

September 11, 2018 GLOBALFOUNDRIES Inc. issued patent titled "Phase rotator apparatus"

ABSTRACT

A phase rotator apparatus has phase interpolation and transimpedance amplifier (TIA) stages. This separates gain and bandwidth as degrees of design freedom, facilitating a reduction in power consumption while enabling the data link to transmit and receive higher speed data. Four phases of an incoming signal are combined by the phase interpolation stage using weighting currents and current-source loads to produce a phase shifted current based signal that the TIA stage receives as input. The TIA stage then converts the signal to a voltage based signal. The quiescent operating voltage of the stage outputs can be maintained with common mode feedback circuits and injector currents.

September 11, 2018 GLOBALFOUNDRIES Inc. issued patent titled "Methods of forming short channel and long channel finFET devices so as to adjust threshold voltages"

ABSTRACT

One illustrative method disclosed herein includes, among other things, forming first and second fins for a short channel FinFET device ("SCD") and a long channel FinFET device ("LCD"), performing an oxidation process to form a sacrificial oxide material selectively on the channel portion of one of the first and second fins but not on the channel portion of the other of the first and second fins, removing the sacrificial oxide material from the fin on which it is formed so as to produce a reduced-size channel portion on that fin that is less than the initial size of the channel portion of the other non-oxidized fin, and forming first and second gate structures for the SCD and LCD devices.

September 11, 2018 GLOBALFOUNDRIES Inc. issued patent titled "Device with decreased pitch contact to active regions"

ABSTRACT

A fin cut process cuts semiconductor fins after forming sacrificial gate structures that overlie portions of the fins. Selected gate structures are removed to form openings and exposed portions of the fins within the openings are etched. An isolation dielectric layer is deposited into the openings and between end portions of the cut fins. The process enables a single sacrificial gate structure to define the spacing between two active regions on dissimilar electrical nets.

SECTION 5 GLOBALFOUNDRIES INC. TOP MANAGEMENT

Sanjay Jha, CEO

Sanjay Jha is Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of GLOBALFOUNDRIES. Appointed in January 2014, Sanjay has a successful track record of senior executive experience in the technology industry, most recently as Chairman and CEO of Motorola Mobility, which was spun out as an independent public company from Motorola Inc. in early 2011. During this period, Motorola Mobility was comprised of the Mobile Devices and Home (set-top box and cable infrastructure) businesses, as well as Motorola Mobility Ventures. He joined Motorola as co-CEO in 2008, while serving simultaneously as CEO of Motorola's Mobile Devices Business.

Prior to Motorola, Sanjay held multiple senior engineering and executive positions during his 14 years with Qualcomm, ultimately serving as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Qualcomm Inc. from 2006 to 2008. As COO, Sanjay oversaw corporate research and development and as well as Qualcomm Flarion Technologies (QFT). Beginning in 2003 upon his appointment as President of Qualcomm CDMA Technologies (QCT), he led Qualcomm's semiconductor business and oversaw the development of five generations of modem and cell site chipsets, both digital baseband and radio frequency (RF), as well as system software. Sanjay also led the formation of Qualcomm Technologies & Ventures, where he managed both the technology investment portfolio and the new technology group as Senior Vice President and General Manager.

John Goldsberry, CFO

Dr. John Goldsberry is Chief Financial Officer for GLOBALFOUNDRIES, joining the company in 2013. He is responsible for the company's overall financial management, reporting and tax, and financial analysis functions.

John has a distinguished career in the financial world with more than 22 years of corporate finance leadership and 12 years in investment banking. Before joining GF he served as CFO for several companies, including Gateway Computers, ATS, TPI Composites, Quality Semi, DSP and The Good Guys. As an investment banker, John previously worked for Salomon Brothers and Morgan Stanley. He also is chairman of the audit committee of Sanmina.

John holds a bachelor's degree in math and a Ph.D. in finance from Harvard University

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