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Intel putting fins on at 22 nm

Don Scansen
5/4/2011 04:39 PM EDT

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re: Intel putting fins on at 22 nm
resistion   5/8/2011 4:13:09 PM
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The 22 nm release is still early, even by Intel's schedule. It could mean 10 nm, there will be no silicon channel, not even fully depleted. Otherwise, it would be preferable to start to offer finfet at 14 nm.

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Kinnar   5/7/2011 2:57:05 AM
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It is true that Tri-Gate will be giving better performance compared to existing 32nm Technology getting manufactured upon, but still Intel will have to come out with some better processor variant that will be able to compete ARM IPs. As the market is getting developed over ARM these days within a year or two the scenario will get changed completely and it will become hard to find Intel processors in mobile devices.

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wilber_xbox   5/6/2011 5:16:10 AM
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Here is very cool youtube video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YIkMaQJSyP8 Link for more info: http://newsroom.intel.com/community/intel_newsroom/blog/2011/05/04/intel-reinvents-transistors-using-new-3-d-structure

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Les_Slater   5/5/2011 3:15:46 PM
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Anyone got an estimated relative speed/power performance between this and next generation ARM?

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VolsEE96   5/5/2011 5:12:47 AM
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MugFET. Nice. 'Muggle' for short?

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mescusag   5/5/2011 1:30:51 AM
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Picture please

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