IBM's "2nm" Gate-all-around - will it matter?

By: David Kanter (, May 10, 2021 5:26 pm
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I don't know how many of you saw this, but IBM recently announced that they have a gate-all-around process:

I spent a bit of time talking with Stephen and I think he captured the situation well.

It's clear that Intel, Samsung, and TSMC already have Gate all around processes under developement. IBM has completed the research phase, but they don't do their own production any more and GF has kind of given up. So they need to find a customer.

I'm not sure who would be interested. The memory folks will have a very different process flow and may not need GAA for years. SMIC probably wouldn't be allowed to license. Who else is out there?

I'm curious about the dielectric underneath, I'm hoping we will see a VLSI or IEDM paper on this.

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