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Intel High Level: 10-nm Process Lateness Does Not Prevent 7-nm Process Development

Time:2018-12-10 Views:1167
 Intel‘s 10-nm process technology was originally planned to enter the mass production stage in the second half of 2016, but it has not been used by the company yet. At present, the process is only used to produce a small amount of CPU. There is no doubt that Intel has experienced several years of delay in its 10-nm process, which has seriously affected the company‘s product line-up and its business, and even more caused the whole company. The supply of ball CPU is tight.
With Qualcomm announcing its first Snapdragon 8cx 7-nm processor for Windows, Intel Technology Chief Executive Murthy Renduchintala unveiled its 7-nm production plan at the recent 39th Nasdaq Investors Conference. It is confirmed that 7-nm technology is being introduced according to its original plan, and Intel‘s 10-nm technology may be a short-term node.
In the industry, for example, TSMC has begun mass production of its 7-nanometer FinFET process wafers. In October, Samsung announced that its 7-nanometer low power (LPP) process technology is ready, and expressed optimism about the future of its EUV technology in the factory. Investors are all curious about Intel‘s current 7-nm development schedule.
Intel Chief Executive Renduchintal said that next year Intel will mass produce 10-nm wafers, indicating that Intel‘s 7-nm development is an independent team working independently, and that the team has learned a lot from the 10-nm experience and produced different transistor densities, power and performance as well as predictable progress. Sex, and assures the public that the delay of 10-nm processors does not hinder the development of 7-nm processors.
Renduchintal also refutes market rumors that Intel has cut back on rumours of a 10-nm process in order to produce more. Based on the power set in 2014, the process performance and transistor density target remain unchanged. This means that Intel‘s first 10-nm product has a density about 2.7 times higher than its 14-nm process.
Intel executives reiterated that the company plans to use its 10-nm process technology to produce client CPUs and growing large data center products in 2019. That is to say, Intel will not skip any 10nm products, suggesting that its 7Nm products may be launched earlier than expected, four years after the 10nm process.
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