Intel to start mass production of 65 by year-end

Posted on Thursday, April 28 2005 @ 0:06 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Mass production of Intel 65nm processors will start by the end of this year and the company also announced its preparing a move from 300 to 450mm wafers by 2011/2012.
Intel remains confident that there will be no delays for the introduction of 65 nm chips with mass production scheduled to launch late this year and products to be available commercially early in 2006. According to Mark Bohr, senior fellow and director of process architecture and integration at Intel, the new development of the production process is on track with yield rates ahead of schedule, hinting to a smooth transition from 90nm chips.
Read the full article at Tom's Hardware Guide

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