Intel has denied reports Which Emerged from the media Now Asserting that it’s cancelled work on Its Own long-delayed 10nm Manufacturing Procedure.
At a tweet posted to its own corporate @intelnews account now , the business said:”Media reports published now that Intel is finishing work on the 10nm procedure are false. We’re making very good progress on 10nm. Yields are advancing consistent with the deadline we discussed during our last earnings report”
The narrative about the supposed cancellation initially appeared in SemiAccurate, which cited unnamed”moles” in Intel because its origins. The report explains Intel’s alleged movement as”the very first adult conclusion” the firm has made after pushing back the launch of 10nm Cannonlake CPUs as a result of inadequate returns. SemiAccurate didn’t report any information regarding this Cannonlake product line especially, only the production process, leaving open the chance that Intel may have alternative 10nm procedure plans and product roadmaps set up.
Media reports released now that Intel is finishing work on the 10nm procedure are false. We’re making very good progress on 10nm. Yields are advancing consistent with the deadline we discussed during our last earnings report.
Intel has pushed back that the rollout of 10nm chips according to’Cannonlake’, its original architecture fabricated utilizing the 10nm procedure, that was initially scheduled for launch in late 2016. The business initially announced in mid-2015 that its long-running’Tick-Tock’ version of refreshing architectures and decreasing production procedures every other year will be prolonged . The business has since added Kaby Lake Refresh, Coffee Lake, Amber Lake and Whiskey Lakechips into its roadmap, all fabricated utilizing 14nm+ or 14nm++ procedures, whereas Cannonlake has not sent in volume. The present timeline which Intel is speaking to has broad accessibility to 10nm chips slated for its 2019 vacation season.
It appeared in a single Lenovo Ideapad 330 Ultrabook offered in China, and later in a set of Intel NUC mini-PCs codenamed’Crimson Canyon’, however, hasn’t been widely accessible. Meanwhile, the lone competitor AMD has successfully embraced a 12nm procedure for its second-gen’Ryzen+’ CPUs and has said that it hopes to send 7nm host CPUs at 2019.