Over at Forbes, Patrick Moorhead writes that Intel is well on its way to reaching its goals for 14nm chip fabrication.
There is a flip side to Moore’s Law, and that the next fab is twice as expensive as the previous one. For Intel, 14nm has in fact been harder than 22nm, and it took longer getting products out the door than Intel would have wanted. Intel is off of their “Tick-Tock” cadence, based on Ivy Bridge parts coming out April of 2012.
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