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Intel delays work on 10nm Cannon Lake chips, plans third round of 14nm CPUs
A slight change to the roadmap...
In an investor call regarding the second quarter of 2015, CEO Brian Krzanich announced that the 10nm chips planned for early 2017 will be moving back to late 2017, and there will be one more round of 14nm chips after Skylake, simply called “Lake,” according to ZDNet. This is likely the Kaby Lake architecture leaked late last month.
It’s no secret that technological transitions to smaller and denser platforms have slowed in the last few years. Intel managed to make the move to 14nm with the Broadwell chips in the second half of 2014, while AMD still struggles to go any smaller than the 28nm chips it introduced years ago. That’s not entirely AMD’s fault, as it not longer owns its production facilities. Still, it’s clear all companies that design chips are facing a common problem.
Source: Digital Trends
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