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Intel: 25 percent of our CPUs to be 22nm in Q2 2012

Posted on Thursday, April 19 2012 @ 17:10:57 CEST by


Intel told investors during the company's first quarter earnings call that a quarter of the firm's shipments in Q2 2012 will use the 22nm process:
Intel's 22-nm manufacturing process technology with FinFET transistors will be responsible for 25 percent of Intel's IC shipments in the second quarter of 2012, according to Stacy Smith, Intel chief financial officer, speaking on a conference call to discuss the company's first quarter financial results.

Intel is hitting high volume as the company manufactures Ivy Bridge processors for desktop and notebook computers and this is despite the fact that Intel has yet to formally launch the processor. Ivy Bridge is a shrink of the previous Sandy Bridge processor from a 32-nm process to the 22-nm process.
Source: EE Times



 



 

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