It is no secret that Intel is having problems with the development of 10-nanometer of technological norms.
It is no secret that Intel has some problems with the development of 10-nanometer of technological norms. It was originally planned that the release of the CPU on the new processes will begin in 2015, but now there is information that due to constant postponements, the chip maker plans to opt out of this venture.
Last few years busy upgrading the Intel 14-nm, which was used for making chips on the architecture of Broadwell.
According to the web publication SemiAccurate, after a series of setbacks and the repeated postponement of the mass availability of 10-nm processors, Intel intends to completely abandon the development of this process. In favor of such developments testifies to the upcoming reorganization of the division of Technology and Manufacturing Group. The perfect time to “bury” a 10-nm regulations and to initiate development of a new workflow from scratch, trying to avoid the problems of its predecessor.
It is difficult to predict the impact on the roadmaps Intel is the future refusing to move to 10-nm technological standards. This decision definitely will affect the financial health of the chip maker and will play into the hands of main rival “blue” – the company Advanced Micro Devices, which has its own production facilities.
Note, in the first half of next year, AMD intends to release a line of server processors EPYC on the architecture of Zen 2, followed by desktop solutions Ryzen 3000 series. In both cases the CPU will be manufactured in factories contract chip maker TSMC for 7-nanometer standards.
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