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Intel Unveils 10, 22nm Processes

Transistor-density metric proposed
3/28/2017 08:45 PM EDT
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rick merritt
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Late responses from TSMC, GF
rick merritt   3/29/2017 11:51:15 AM
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This morning I added into the story late comments on Intel's metric and 22FFL I got in overnight from GF and TSMC.

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Will there be delays?
resistion   3/29/2017 9:53:02 AM
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The proof is in the timely release. Will Cannonlake arrive on time?

Their Manufacturing Day announcement means they froze their 10nm process and should have at latest just started their pilot, which should be using Cannonlake as the vehicle.

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Sorry, but Intel does not have process lead
Left5   3/29/2017 9:02:25 AM
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Firstly, TSMC and Samsung's 10nm (currently in production) is denser than Intel's 14nm - and that is even shown in Intel's slides.

Secondly, despite the fact that Intel want to pretend they do not exist, TSMC's and Samsung's 7nm do exist and are coming in 2018. TSMC's 7nm is as dense as Intel's 10nm. Intel will launch 10nm in very low volumns at end of 2017, but that's really only risk production - volume production will happen much later.

 

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