Intel CEO Paul Otellini told investors that his company is ramping up the yields of 22nm chips:
Achieving 24 per cent growth year over year on revenues Otellini told investors that Ivy Bridge chip designs were complete, prototype chips had been made and were being tested and wafer production would be ramped up later this year.
"We have finished development of the process. We are ramping up the yield of the 22nm chips," Otellini told the investor's conference.
Sandy Bridge is the processor architecture that Intel launched this month, which is manufactured at 32nm scale. With Ivy Bridge those Sandy Bridge chips will be made at 22nm scale.