Taha Khalifa, Intel’s general manager for the Middle East and North Africa region, revealed that the chip giant hopes to deliver its first 10nm chips in early 2017.
We’ve reported three weeks ago that Intel expects to roll-out 14nm Skylake parts in the second half of the year. We’ve also exclusively told you that Intel’s 10nm process technology will not show up in 2016. It’s becoming increasingly difficult every year to keep up with Moore’s law. The majority of Intel’s market segments have been stuck on 22nm for three years, despite Intel’s Tick Tock strategy. 14nm is poised to span a similarly extended life cycle to 22nm.