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GlobalFoundries reveals its process node roadmap

Posted on Wednesday, August 31 2011 @ 22:31:56 CEST by


BSN heard details about GlobalFoundries' process node roadmap:
Senior executive Gregg Bartlett hosted a session in which he demonstrated GlobalFoundries commitment First and foremost, the company reiterated its roadmap on the current state of 28nm and explained the next step - the 20nm process.

First and foremost, there will be two versions of 20nm process node, which is the clean full node shrink from the 28nm. The biggest change between 32/28nm and the upcoming 20nm node will be the switch from Gate First HKMG (GlobalFoundries unique approach) to Gate Last HKMG (as used by Intel and the competitors), as the company analyzed both approaches and came to a conclusion that the 10-20% die shrink reduction between the two will no longer be the key selling point.




 



 

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