Intel's senior vice president and general manager of the Client Computing Group at Intel Corporation, Gregory Bryant, announced at an early event at the company's booth at CES 2018 that it is shipping 10nm products.
Bryant provided little context to his statements, but he did indicate that the company began shipping 10nm processors before the end of last year. There have been unconfirmed rumors that Intel had marked a dual-core 2.0GHz processor, which comes in a 2+0 configuration (no graphics) for low-power applications.
The delays to Intel's 10nm process have had a big impact on the company's capabilities to the entire swath of its portfolio. Brain Krzanich did not announce the advance during the company's dazzling keynote last night, and Intel's decision to announce the new process, which is a critical advance, at a small event for press only may cause some to question the actual meaningful volume the company is shipping.
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