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snowboard9
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re: Intel details 22-nm Ivy Bridge at ISSCC
snowboard9   11/24/2011 1:57:52 PM
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LOL. Don't need it or don't have it? Let's go with 'we don't need it' !

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re: Intel details 22-nm Ivy Bridge at ISSCC
CC VanDorne   11/22/2011 6:24:44 PM
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And how about this question: does this technology enable Intel to change the Boulean paradigm and go base-3? So instead of ones and zeros we'd be talking zeros, ones and twos?

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re: Intel details 22-nm Ivy Bridge at ISSCC
rick merritt   11/22/2011 6:39:21 AM
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GloFo said they don't need 3-D transistors until the next node.

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re: Intel details 22-nm Ivy Bridge at ISSCC
rick merritt   11/22/2011 6:38:26 AM
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I didn't see it in the ISSCC preview on their Web site but there are dozens of papewrs and I may have missed one

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re: Intel details 22-nm Ivy Bridge at ISSCC
resistion   11/22/2011 5:07:40 AM
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I'd be interested to read how each fin would be contacted.

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re: Intel details 22-nm Ivy Bridge at ISSCC
Oscar Law   11/22/2011 2:53:49 AM
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From planar transistor to 3D transistor, it takes time to learn DFM tricks for new layout style, the other foundries need to spend more efforts to catch up Intel.

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re: Intel details 22-nm Ivy Bridge at ISSCC
elwood   11/22/2011 1:00:11 AM
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Without a doubt, FinFet is the next "free lunch" in process technology. Is TSMC or GloFo even close to releasing anything similar. High density/low power SOC will give Intel an edge for sure.

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re: Intel details 22-nm Ivy Bridge at ISSCC
kytsai   11/21/2011 11:11:31 PM
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AMD can go "even fabless" to take advantage of advanced process technologies provided by leading foundaries with competitive manufacturing cost.

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re: Intel details 22-nm Ivy Bridge at ISSCC
walken1   11/21/2011 7:09:29 PM
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Intel posted some materials on its 22-nm process on its website but its a few months old and less drilled down for public consumption: http://download.intel.com/newsroom/kits/22nm/pdfs/22nm-Details_Presentation.pdf

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re: Intel details 22-nm Ivy Bridge at ISSCC
wilber_xbox   11/21/2011 5:00:39 PM
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any paper on the process information used to fabricate the FinFET and in general? There has been lot of talk about Intel presenting something relevant for the process engineers and folks in this field.

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