Intel to Launch 7nm in 2021, 10nm Servers in 1H'20

Credit: IntelCredit: IntelIntel is holding its 2019 investor meeting, its first since 2017, and CEO Bob Swan announced that Intel will launch its 7nm process in 2021 to challenge TSMC's 5nm products. Intel will also have 10nm servers systems on shelves in the first half of 2020. The event is still ongoing, and Swan indicated the company will share many more details about its 7nm process during the event. Stay tuned.

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  • Giroro
    I am very confused what "USB Type-C on-die " means.

    Isn't USB-Type C is a connector style, not really a version of USB.
  • alextheblue
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    I am very confused what "USB Type-C on-die " means. Isn't USB-Type C is a connector style, not really a version of USB.

    Marketectural enhancements!

    That aside, these ARE interesting times.
  • valeman2012
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    Marketectural enhancements! That aside, these ARE interesting times.

    Well they are smart stepping back on Moore Law and let AMD CPU Business hit dead end on Moore Law first.