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2007-02-01 Logic chipmakers seek 32nm breakthroughs
Even as they put the finishing touches on their 45nm process technologies and tweak them for low power, leading-edge logic chipmakers are scrambling to find manufacturing breakthroughs for the 32nm node and beyond.
2006-01-31 Intel tips 45nm process, demos chips
Intel disclosed initial details of its 45nm process. Dubbed P1266, the process incorporates copper interconnects, low-k dielectrics, strained silicon and other features.
2006-01-27 Intel invests in EUV source venture
Seeking to accelerate the development of extreme ultraviolet lithography, Intel Capital has invested in Germany's Xtreme Technologies.
2014-08-12 Intel delivers 14nm process technology
Intel 14nm process will enable a new class of x86-based 2-in-1 tablet/notebooks less than 9mm thick that will be on store shelves before the end of the year.
2007-02-22 IBM's eDRAM challenges Intel on cache
IBM's announcement that it will be able to pack as much as 48Mbytes of eDRAM on a processor when its 45nm process technology comes online, could mark a shift toward using DRAM for cache in some chips
2009-02-12 Five ways to beat IC scaling roadblocks
Intel senior fellow and director of process architecture Mark Bohr listed five major stumbling blocksor challengesfor the 32nm node and beyond.
2014-12-18 What's hot at IEDM 2014?
The 2014 International Electron Devices Meeting proved that Moore's Law is still alive. The event was a victory lap for Intel, which gave more details on the 14nm finFET process.
2014-09-17 Squeezing in Moore: Steppers for 10nm, EUV for 7nm
Considering the slow progress of EUV systems, manufacturers may have to make do with immersion steppers to fabricate 10nm chips, but once ready, EUV can be used for 7nm chip production.
2015-07-27 Semicon West highlights path towards 3D IC
The recent event underlined the significance of the move towards more advanced 3D IC technology, as well as the impact of the 'More than Moore' leading to this progress.
2009-09-24 Otellini: Intel to make more SoCs than PC CPUs
Chip giant Intel Corp. will someday ship more SoC devices than PC processors, according to CEO Paul Otellini's keynote at the Intel Developer Forum.
2014-03-26 New SerDes chip shines spotlight on Intel's 14nm process
The 14nm version of the SerDes chips gives Intel a chance to reinforce its message of technical superiority, even in the absence of much of its other 14nm processor products.
2002-06-19 Materials transitions stalk CMOS scaling
With the transition to copper and low-k interconnects showing just how difficult changes in materials can be, technologists gathered at the Symposium on VLSI Technology to consider a brace of materials challenges?ranging from new gate oxides to SOI and strained-silicon channels.
2005-08-01 Little time, big decisions for 45nm node
Technologists face some tough decisions as they ponder which knobs to turn for the 45nm node.
2015-04-16 Leading technologists talk about Moore's law
It has been 50 years since Moore's law came to light, and now three top technologists share their thoughts pertaining to Moore's law as well as their take on its proponent, Gordon E. Moore.
2009-02-18 Inventing the future
The semiconductor revolution has reinvented and transformed entire industries, like computing and communications. Doing the same in the energy, automotive, health care and environmental industries will have equally profound and positive consequences.
2003-10-28 Intel, TI 'straining' to improve 90nm silicon
Intel Corp. and Texas Instruments Inc. process technologists have reached into their bags of "strain engineering" tricks for 90nm silicon.
2002-12-12 Intel, IBM joust 90nm technology at IEDM meet
Intel and IBM each came to the 2002 International Electron Devices Meeting claiming logic performance leadership at the 90nm.
2015-02-25 Intel's 14nm process churns out world's smallest SRAM
The company will describe a 0.0500 ?mm2 SRAM bitcell capable of storing 14.5Mb per mm2, which is part of a memory array that will be widely used in Intel's future SoCs such as cellular modems.
2008-12-12 Intel widens lead in high-k/metal gate race
Intel is expected to extend it s its lead over Advanced Micro Devices, IBM and other microprocessor vendors in the high-k/metal-gate race at next week's International Electron Devices Meeting.
2009-02-16 Intel ventures into optical interconnects
Intel Corp. is looking into optical interconnects with an eye toward replacing chip-to-chip electrical interconnects to overcome looming bandwidth issues as microprocessors with an increasing number of cores usher in the era of tera-scale computing.
2012-12-12 Intel tweaks 22nm tri-gate SoC for ultra-low leakage
Intel goes into the nitty-gritty of the latest modification to its 22nm tri-gate (FinFET) SoC technology.
2007-04-20 Intel to boost performance of mobile PCs
Intel has outlined its plans into next year for its mobile platform, which promises to boost performance and energy efficiency in notebooks and other Internet-connected devices.
2009-09-16 Intel preps 32nm chip launch by year's end
Intel Corp. said its 32nm production wafers are now moving through its D1D fab in Oregon and would be in support of planned Q4 revenue production.
2014-09-12 Intel plans to extend Moore's Law to 7nm
Chipmakers generally don't expect the much-delayed extreme ultraviolet lithography in time for 10nm chips, but many still hold out hopes it could be ready for a 7nm generation.
2005-09-21 Intel launches low power 65nm process
Intel Corp. has announced that it is developing an ultra-low power derivative of its high-performance 65nm logic manufacturing process that will benefit mobile platforms and small-form factor devices.
2009-02-09 Intel keeps 32nm launch promise
Despite recent layoffs and fab closings, chip giant Intel Corp. remains on track to deliver its first 32nm processors before the end of the year.
2003-11-27 Intel crafts 65nm test SRAM
Using 65nm design rules, Intel Corp. announced that it has made fully functional 4Mb SRAMs with a cell size of 0.57?m.
2014-07-08 Intel brings Panasonic on board its 14nm foundry
The Japanese company will have its future SoCs fabricated at Intel's custom foundry in the low-power 14nm process, which is expected to deliver improved performance and power advantages.
2002-08-15 Intel adopts strained silicon for 90nm process
Intel Corp. said that it will add strained silicon technology to its 90nm technology mix, and will use the process to make the Pentium 4 microprocessor code-named "Prescott" starting next year.
2004-12-21 Intel 65nm process moves forward
Intel Corp. showed die photos of two microprocessors made with its 65nm process Wednesday (Dec. 15) on the final day of the International Electron Devices Meeting, including a dual-core processor believed to be the mobile processor codenamed Yonah.
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