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FinFET......: Sang KimIntel's 14nm FinFETs are in high volume manufactured over two years. Samsung 14nm FinFETs are manufacturing this year. In my opinion Intel will not or need not to adopt the QW FETs to leapfrog the industry for its next two generations such as 10nm and 7nm nodes contrary to David Kanter's bold predictions. The 10nm FinFET device currents come from three distinct regions: first, 3nm FD peripheral region from 10nm Fin width or FinW at the Fin bottom to FinW 7nm. The device on-current here is very small because the periphery region is so small. Second, the inversion region from FinW equal to 7nm to FinW to 4nm. I call this second region an inversion region because the overall FinW here is so narrow that the entire region is inverted as seen in a double gate transistor. Thus, the 10nm FinFET device current predominantly comes from the inversion region. The third region consists of FinW equal to 3nm, 2nm and 1nm that are not manufacturable because they are not subject to the classical device physics any more, instead subject to QM confinement effects. For the 7nm FinFETs the FD periphery region doesn't exist, only the inversion region occurs providing the highest device on-currents because the FinW of 7nm FinFETs is significantly narrower than that of 10nm FinFETs providing significantly higher inversion or volume...
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Let me be clear. I am neither Luddite nor alarmist. But I can’t help wondering if benefits of the “Connected Car” outweigh its risks.
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I recently started reading a book, Super Intelligence: Paths, Dangers, Strategies, by Nick Bostrom. I was surprised to find the following text in the chapter describing ...
Moore's law turned 50 on April 19, 2015. Many say that the statement or theory has run its course due to the next moves toward 450 mm size wafers, extreme ultraviolet ...
Exacting demands are now placed upon the manufacturers of consumer electronics goods, as they strive to provide their customer base with more streamlined, sleeker products ...
Google News tracked 116 articles on the official 50th anniversary of Moore’s Law on April 19. I’m amazed the number is so small given the Web site sometimes ...
Starting as soon as 2016 Qualcomm is looking to leverage Monolithic 3D IC technology to win market share in the 8 billion dollar smart phone market, said Karim Arabi, vice ...
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