IDF 2004 Russia: 65nm Process Technology – Nearest Future of Intel Semiconductor

Posted on Tuesday, November 16 2004 @ 17:17 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
As part of regular Russian Intel Developer Forum held in Moscow on October 19-20, along with the general presentation of new Intel semiconductor technologies Josh Walden presented a separate technical report entitled "Intel's 65 nm Logic Technology: Continuing Moore's Law in a Power Limited World". The lecturer, head of the Fab24 laboratory located in Leixlip, Ireland, acquainted its audience with the current state of affairs in Intel in the field of semiconductor technologies and gave an account of the corporative plans for the nearest future, which included designing and launching microprocessors based on the 65nm process technology in 2005, which has been already used today in pilot SRAM memory chips comprising over 0.5 billion transistors manufactured on 300mm wafers. We shall give a detailed account and analyze the main technical moments, which were presented in this report, and digress into the nearest future of the semiconductor technologies of the corporation.

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