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Intel Rolls 14nm Broadwell in Vegas

Next-gen Core family targets PCs, 2-in-1s
1/5/2015 10:00 AM EST
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krisi
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krisi   1/8/2015 2:38:09 PM
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True Alex...this is what I meant...basically down to 3 players

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alex_m1   1/8/2015 1:49:21 PM
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@Krisi: i think we're down to the minimal number of players: at 14nm , except intel, there's TSMC and the cooperation between Samsung and global foundries.

At that level, it's hard to see anybody folding, no?

 

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krisi   1/6/2015 1:39:40 PM
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Big bets indeed...but as fabs get more expensive smaller number of players are willing to play that risky game so Intel will find its winners

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rick merritt   1/6/2015 1:36:25 PM
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@Krisi: Good metaphor indeed: The way the PC market is going from the center to the periphery of the semiconductor market, I think Intel is probably playing a riskier game than ever before given it is holding all the big, expensive fabs.

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krisi   1/5/2015 2:12:30 PM
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I liek the title...sounds like Intel is playing roulette with 14 chips announced in Vegas ;-)

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