Tag: 7nm

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Intel to build new chip factories in Europe

Intel to build new chip factories in Europe

Intel has announced its plans for the future. The company is betting big on the production of 7nm chips and wants to make its chip factories available to other companies too. For this, the company wants to build more chip factories, starting with two factories in the American state of Arizona. Inte... Read more

date2 years ago
Intel’s 7nm process node delayed by six months

Intel’s 7nm process node delayed by six months

Intel has announced that the 7nm process node is six months behind on schedule. Even though six months is still manageable, this means the first PC processors using the 7nm node are expected to arrive at the end of 2022 or perhaps even early 2023. The first data center processor with 7nm technol... Read more

date3 years ago
Samsung starts mass production for tripling 7nm chips

Samsung starts mass production for tripling 7nm chips

Chips of 7nm but eventually even 6nm and 3nm: by means of a new production line in the factory in Hwaseong, Samsung wants to triple the production of 7nm chips before the end of the year. The new assembly line will be fully focused on making chips with the Extreme Ultraviolet (EUV) semiconductor... Read more

date3 years ago
AMD challenges Intel with 7nm Epyc demonstration

AMD challenges Intel with 7nm Epyc demonstration

AMD plans to launch new versions of its Epyc and Ryzen processors in the middle of this year. At CES, the company shows how the 7 nm chips present Intel with a major challenge. AMD is fully on track with the development of its second generation Epyc server processors. That's what CEO Lisa Su says at... Read more

date4 years ago
Samsung launches production of 7 nanometer chips with EUV technology

Samsung launches production of 7 nanometer chips with EUV technology

Samsung has announced in a blog post that it has started producing a 7 nanometer chip with extreme ultraviolet (EUV) technology. It concerns the 7nm low power plus (LPP) chips. With EUV it is possible to work on a smaller area when making chips. EUV uses a wavelength of 13.5 nanometres for light to ... Read more

date4 years ago