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Intel will start trial production of 10nm soon, 10nm products in 2017

Intel pushes towards 10nm production, with 10nm-based Cannonlake CPUs still on track for 2H 2017
By: Anthony Garreffa | CPU, APU & Chipsets News | Posted: Aug 1, 2016 12:19 pm

Intel has finally flicked the power button on its 10nm fabrication facility, with the prototyping phase to begin very soon. Intel will reportedly enter the trial production stage in the coming weeks, with Intel shipping Kaby Lake-based CPUs to customers on time.




The company will be starting its 10nm factory during Q3 2016, confirming that it's upcoming Cannonlake processors are still on track. This means we should see trial productions begin later this year, where volume production will begin in the first half of 2017. Intel's current 14nm process was delayed into the mainstream market by 6-9 months or so, but in that time it still managed to keep a node lead over competitors in Samsung and TSMC.


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