Intel 'kaffesø' -arkitektur ved Q2-2018, 7 nm proces inden 2022? - Intel

Intel 'Coffee Lake' -arkitektur fra Q2-2018, 7 nm Process In 2022?

Intel's silicon fabrication has evidently hit a huge roadblock. It turns out that not just 'Kaby Lake,' but its two successors 'Cannon Lake' and 'Coffee Lake' could also be built on the 14 nm node, at best with a few process-level improvements. 'Coffee Lake' is the company's 9th generation Core architecture, which is two steps ahead of even the 'Kaby Lake' architecture, which is due later this year. 'Kaby Lake' makes its way to the 45W mobile (H-segment) and 15W mobile (U-segment), in Q4-2016 and Q3-2016, respectively. The 15W U-segment will be augmented by 'Cannon Lake' (8th generation Core) in Q4-2017. By mid-2018, Intel plans to launch 'Coffee Lake' across both H- and U-segments.

I henhold til en 'Hot Hardware' -rapport, der er baseret på en jobfortegnelse for en systemingeniør hos virksomheden, kunne Intel stirre på det uhyggelige udsigt til at holde ud på 14 nm i de næste tre år, kun for at blive lettet af stopgap 10 nm-node, der debuterer med den 10. generation af Core 'Tiger Lake'-arkitekturen, der skal ske i 2019.' Tiger Lake ', den efterfølgende' Ice Lake 'og en anden arkitektur kunne lanceres på 10 nm, før de omsider implementerer 7 nm omkring 2022.

Sources: HotHardware, AnandTech Forums