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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
First two drop in December.
Pledges production by year's end.
SD card form-factor for embedded push.
Yield issues lead to schedule slip.
Merrifield heading to production 2H13.
Promises 22nm tri-gate SoCs next year.
Intel clearly rattled by ARM's microserver push.
Discontinues wide range of chips - including an Ivy Bridge part.
Perlmutter's presentation at IDF promises all the performance in half the power draw.
Intel has confirmed that its Ivy Bridge chips have slipped, but claims it's only by a matter of weeks.
Everything you need to know about Ivy Bridge, six months before you need to know it.
GlobalFoundries discusses its roadmap, including a move to 3D transistors and gate-last production.
AMD discusses how to make GPGPU computing mainstream, as well as the potential for ARM CPUs.
Intels detail a new 3D transistor production technique will allow the production of 22nm transistors
Conceding to the strategies of Intel and TSMC, Global Foundries and IBM go gate-last.
Intel is investing $2.7 billion into its Israeli fab, upgrading it to a 22nm process.
Intel has confirmed plans to upgrade to using 450mm wafers for its future chip production.
Intel has pledged to invest up to $8 billion upgrading its fabs for the 22nm 'Ivy Bridge' line.
Intel has unveiled a roadmap that forecasts 22nm and 15nm Atom chips.
Following his absence last year, Paul Otellini returned to the limelight with the opening keynote at this year's Intel Developer Forum. We take a look at what was announced.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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