Intel shows how its chips are made

Posted on Wednesday, Feb 19 2020 @ 18:43 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
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In a new YouTube clip, Intel shows how its chips are manufactured:
Microprocessors. These "chips" let you game on your PC, navigate a car or improve your daily life with artificial intelligence algorithms.

They're the most complex devices manufactured. And it takes the world's most advanced manufacturing technologies and the expertise of thousands of engineers, technicians and architects to create them.

A new animated video, "How Intel Makes Chips: Concept to Customer," offers a simple overview of the manufacturing process – from design engineering through mask operations and assembly and testing – to create these tiny but fiendishly complex devices.


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