DancinJack wrote:Intel "14nm" CPU - Q42014
http://www.samsung.com/global/business/ ... doPeriod=A
http://www.bit-tech.net/news/hardware/2 ... -roadmap/1
http://www.tsmc.com/english/dedicatedFo ... ure_rd.htm - I wouldn't count on TSMC being on time if history is any indication.
the wrote:If Intel has any 10 nm test chips, I'd expect them to be showed off at IDF in two weeks. Par Intel tradition, they'll show test wafers a few years before productions chips using it reach the market (2013 they were showing off 14 nm test chips).
Ushio01 wrote:If Intel do they would probably be CPU's correct? Intel doesn't normally show off SRAM or DRAM I believe?
If those are correct then were are all the other companies test chips? It really does look like the next few node processes are all going to be Intel alone.
You posted a link yourself of an Intel 32nm SRAM chip. I doubt Intel is going to show off a working 10nm CPU until 2015, and more likely 2016.
I posted a link above that at least TSMC is going 10nm and beyond. It just gets harder when things are this small.
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