Intel initially planned a release for its 10nm-based chips back in 2015-16 with Cannon Lake but that didn't happen. However, 10nm yields are finally improving says Intel at its Q2 2021 earnings call.
Alleged slides containing the details related to the upcoming Tiger Lake-H lineup have leaked. The slides outline all that we can expect from the new family including the SKUs and specifications.
Alleged slides of Intel's next-gen 'Alder Lake' CPUs have leaked. The slides contain information regarding features we will find on Alder Lake and its accompanying 600-series chipset platform.
During its earnings report today, Intel confirmed that it's delaying its 7nm processors by six months after its previous (unannounced) release date. The company delayed 10nm for years.
At its annual investor meeting, Intel revealing some of its plans for upcoming products. The 10nm Ice Lake processors will begin shipping in large quantities this June, and 7nm will debut in 2021.
Intel's CFO and interim CEO, Robert Swan, is reassuring customers that its chip business will be able to make enough 10nm processors in order to fulfill its target volume production this year.
Samsung has started mass producing its 2nd-generation 10nm LPDDR4X DRAM module based on the 1y-nm process which will help reduce energy consumption by 10% while maintaining the same data rate.
Samsung has announced new memory hardware based on the 10nm process. The hardware is designed for gaming laptops and offers better performance and battery than the previous generation.
During its earnings call yesterday, Intel announced that it will once again delay its 10nm processors, and will instead produce another 14nm generation that's codenamed Whiskey Lake.
Samsung has announced that it has started the manufacturing its new second-generation 10nm processor. The SoC should appear in devices in early 2018, with wider availability later in 2018.
Samsung Electronics has revealed that its production ramp-up of 10nm FinFET chips is on track, and has a high yield. 70,000 silicon wafers have been shipped since mass production began last October.
Samsung has confirmed today that it has started mass-producing 10nm chips, to be used in upcoming devices like the Galaxy S8. Samsung is also rumored to be manufacturing Qualcomm's Snapdragon 830.
Samsung will be building Qualcomm's upcoming Snapdragon 830 chips, with the South Korean giant expected to utilize the SoC in its own Galaxy S8 flagship. This follows established historical trends.
Samsung is likely working on its next-generation mobile chip, which is supposedly built on a 10nm FinFET process and is currently hitting speeds of 4Ghz in tests, outperforming the Snapdragon 830.
Until now, Intel has released two generations of chips for every manufacturing process. But the current 14nm chips will see a third gen thanks to manufacturing issues with the 10nm process.