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Back on track now, it claims.
Can be combined with other technologies, too.
Look to make a splash in HPC.
Looks to build a £12.5 billion facility.
On-track for 2018 opening.
7nm by 2018, 5nm by 2020.
Aims for 20K wafers a month by 2018.
Massive performance increase promised.
First 64-bit big.LITTLE on 3D transistors.
16nm finFET process development is going well.
Goes small and 3D at the same time.
Nvidia's Jen-Hsun Huang has warned of continued 28nm fab capacity problems.
TSMC's 28nm ARM Cortex-A9 test chip has hit a high of 3.1GHz, a level hitherto unheard-of for ARM's designs.
AMD has reported a $590 million loss for the quarter, largely due to its SeaMicro purchase and GlobalFoundries deal.
Qualcomm has become the first of TSMC's 28nm customers to publicly complain of capacity issues.
Taiwan Semiconductor has admitted to hitting capacity issues on its 28nm process node.
Rumour has it that TSMC was forced to halt 28nm production as it re-tools to meet unexpected demand.
AMD’s next generation of GPUs is rumoured to feature 28nm transistors.
AMD fabrication spin-off GlobalFoundries is planning to double its expenditure in 2011.
Nvidia announces the shipment of its billionth GPU in partnership with TSMC.
ATI revealed to bit-tech that its HD 6000 series was originally spec'd out to use 32nm
Rumour has it that the littlest x86 licensee, Via, will be producing a quad-core chip in 2011.
June 13 2019 | 09:59
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