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Intel to use SOI for its 22nm process?

Posted on Wednesday, November 03 2010 @ 13:38:05 CET by


Piper Jaffray & Co analyst Gus Richard claims Intel may finally adopt silicon-on-insulator (SOI) technology at its 22nm process:
According to an analyst, Intel will reverse its strategy and embrace SOI at the 22-nm. In recent months, Intel has tipped some (but not all) details of its 22-nm process. It has certainly not talked about SOI. The chip giant tends to dismiss it.

''We believe Intel will introduce a germanium (III V) channel and full depleted SOI at 22-nm. This will give Intel a quantum leap in performance over what they are achieving and leave competitors 3-5 years behind. The 22-nm process should be in manufacturing at Intel in Q4:CY11,’’ said Gus Richard, an analyst with Piper Jaffray & Co., in a report.




 



 

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