Intel: 10nm process is not affected by 7Nm delay

 Intel: 10nm process is not affected by 7Nm delay

How is Intels 10nm process progressing? At the BMO Global Virtual Technology Summit, Intel photographed Michelle Johnston Holthaus, executive vice president of global marketing, to respond to the question of whether the 7Nm process delay will affect the 10nm process.

She said: we have assured our partners that the delay in 7Nm technology will not affect the release dates of different products in the 10nm process.

According to Intels previous plan, in addition to tigerlake-u notebook processor, this years Icelake SP server processor will also use 10nm technology, and sapphire rapids, the successor in 2021, will also use 10nm technology.

In terms of graphics card, this years DG1 display will also be in 10 nm process. Ponte Vecchio high performance GPU, which was originally scheduled to be launched in 2021, will also use 10 nm technology.

The desktop processor should be alderlake. It is the first time to use large and small core architecture. It should be officially released in 2021.

Of course, the wave of 10 nm processes starting from tiger lake are actually different from the previous ones. They are actually the third generation of 10 nm processes after canonlake. Not long ago, Intel officially named the 10nm superfenfet process.

According to Intel, its 10nmsf process can achieve more than 15% performance improvement within the node, making the 10nm process comparable to the 7Nm process of its friends.

Source: fast technology editor: Liu Fei_ NBJS10390