Post Profile






Samsung: Full speed ahead for 10nm, EUV deploys at the 7nm node

Samsung has announced its plans for rolling out next-generation foundry technologies and future process nodes this week -- including a plan to deploy cutting-edge EUV lithography as early as the 7nm node.
read more

share

Related Posts


TSMC confirms volume shipments of 16nm, pushes EUV back to the 5nm node

Technology / Hardware : Extremetech

TSMC has announced that it's shipping 16nm chips in volume, with a rapid 10nm ramp on the way. EUV, however, has been pushed back again, and is now expected to debut on the 5nm node.

Node.js at Facebook - Why it's Needed and What's Holding it Back

Technology : ReadWriteWeb

Robert Kieffer, an a engineer at Facebook and the company's internal Node.js evangelist, gave a talk at NodeConf today. He says the company isn't doing enough with Node.js yet. So instead of an explanation of how to deploy Node.js t...

Samsung Foundry Updates: 7nm EUV, 10LPP, and 14LPC

Technology / Hardware : AnandTech

Earlier this week, Samsung announced a number of updates on the foundry side of their business. While process technology might not be necessarily as interesting as the actual end product from a consumer perspective, it can often giv...

Intel forges ahead to 7nm – without the use of EUV lasers

Technology / Hardware : Extremetech

Intel's Mark Bohr has discussed options for taking the company to 10nm and below without adopting new, troubled lithography technology -- but will extreme ultraviolet manufacturing ever be ready for prime time?

IBM Beats Intel To 7nm Process Thanks To Silicon-Germanium Transistors, EUV Lithography

Technology / Hardware : Tom's Hardware

An IBM-led alliance that includes Samsung, Global Foundries and other chip equipment suppliers created the first working samples of a chip that uses Silicon-Germanium 7nm transistors, making the group the first to announce such a br...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC