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Intel hints there will be no 10nm CPUs until second half of 2019

Posted on Friday, April 27 2018 @ 08:29:33 CEST by


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One of the key takeaways from Intel's first-quarter earnings call is that the chip giant can now no longer hide that it's 10nm node is completely broken. For a long time, Intel pretended everything was fine, even though it inserted more and more minor evolutions of Skylake on further developed versions of its 14nm process.

As you may remember, Intel claimed at CES 2018 in January that it started shipments of its 10nm Cannon Lake before the end of 2017. At the moment, nobody has seen these chips and now Intel admits 10nm will slip even further.

In the slideshow that accompanied the first-quarter earnings release, Intel confesses that higher volume shipments of 10nm products will not happen until 2019. Reading between the lines, this implies any mass-market 10nm product from Intel isn't going to hit retail shelves until sometime in the second half of 2019.

We'll have a bit more about 10nm later this morning. For anyone still doubting it, Intel has lost its manufacturing advantage.

Intel delays 10nm



 



 

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