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AMD wants to go 14nm in 2015

Posted on Wednesday, November 10 2010 @ 20:51:40 CET by


Bright Side of News spotted some slides that detail AMD's process technology plans.
When we take a look at Fusion roadmap, you can see that the company plans to continue its dual-manufacturer policy with GlobalFoundries and TSMC battling for AMD's business [going single supplier can only damage your balance sheet, not strengthen it - thus, consider rumors about AMD going exclusive to be just that - rumors]. AMD plans to use half-node for Bobcat-based Fusion APUs in the future as well, with 28nm Fusion arriving in 1H 2012, 20nm in 2H 2013 and 14nm in second half of 2015.




 



 

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