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10nm SRAM, 10-core SoC at ISSCC

Better fingerprint recognition, machine vision
11/16/2015 00:01 AM EST
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rick merritt
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Re: Beginning volume production
rick merritt   11/18/2015 1:26:32 AM
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Samsung announced in May its 10nm process will be in production before the end of 2016

See http://www.eetimes.com/document.asp?doc_id=1326670

 

Stan.Radanov
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Power Consumption
Stan.Radanov   11/17/2015 8:13:35 PM
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Im interested in power consumption and how it will affect these devices. 

geekmaster
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Beginning volume production
geekmaster   11/17/2015 1:52:41 PM
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Any idea when Samsung will begin with volume production using the 10nm and where?

 

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Intel's healthcare
alex_m1   11/16/2015 2:53:15 PM
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Intel's healthcare work is indeed intriguing. They also have another chip, a proteomics platfom , which is able to detect few hundred thousand proteins , and i supposed to be very cheap, made by regular fabs. It's used by healthtell which builds a platform to diagnose many disease at an early stage.

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Samsung 10nm
witeken   11/16/2015 2:39:55 PM
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That 10nm of Samsung looks very close to Intel's 14nm, in terms of SRAM size. You can't win Moore's Law by renaming your process nodes to smaller numbers.

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