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Intel fixes 10nm process, promises Cannon Lake this year

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NewsHubIntel’s Brian Krzanich has promised that Cannon Lake, the company’s first processor based on a 10nm manufacturing node, will launch before the year is out – two years after its original launch window. Intel has seemingly resolved its ongoing problems transitioning to a 10nm semiconductor manufacturing, promising to launch its eighth-generation Cannon Lake Core chips before the end of the year.
The move from 14nm to 10nm manufacturing nodes has not been smooth for Intel. The company’s original roadmap called for the first 10nm chips to launch in 2015, but despite considerable investment the transition did not go well. By June 2015, rumours were spreading that Intel was going to miss the launch, while in July Intel’s Brian Krzanich confirmed that the launch of the 10nm ‘Cannon Lake’ processors would have to be pushed back to some time in the second half of 2017.

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