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Article: Intel 4 Process Scales Logic with Design, Materials, and EUV
By: Rayla (rayla.delete@this.example.com), June 13, 2022 7:24 am
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Michael S (already5chosen.delete@this.yahoo.com) on June 13, 2022 6:20 am wrote:
> Rayla (rayla.delete@this.example.com) on June 13, 2022 5:56 am wrote:
> > Michael S (already5chosen.delete@this.yahoo.com) on June 13, 2022 5:13 am wrote:
> > > David Kanter (dkanter.delete@this.realworldtech.com) on June 12, 2022 7:05 pm wrote:
> > > > Hi Everyone,
> > > >
> > > > Happy Sunday! I am thrilled to bring you my latest article, which focuses on the Intel
> > > > 4 process that was presented at the VLSI Symposium in Hawaii. Here's a quick summary:
> > > >
> > > > The Intel 4 process achieves 20% better performance and scales logic density by 2X while reducing costs
> > > > through extensive design co-optimization, adoption of new materials, and judicious use of EUV lithography.
> > > > The first product, the Meteor Lake compute tile will ramp to high volume manufacturing in 2023.
> > > >
> > > > Read more here: Intel 4 Process Scales Logic with Design, Materials, and EUV
> > > >
> > > > And as always, feel free to discuss or drop questions in this thread!
> > > >
> > > > David
> > > >
> > >
> > > Isn't it strange that Intel does not offer a foundry node based on their 14nm process?
> > > I was under impression that 14nm has the lowest cost per transistor
> > > of all processes Intel ever had and also the highest fabs capacity.
> > >
> > >
> >
> > They do. You can even order it on MOSIS. The article mentions it, too (though
> > calls it Intel 16 for some reason, a term that Intel AFAIK doesn't use.)
>
> Article says that Intel 16 is what they called previously 22FFL - not the same process that used
> for 5 or 6 generations of Skylake. It has similar fins shape to Skylake, but much lower density.
> According to my understanding, the density of 22FFL is lower than that of process used for Haswell.
> I am not sure how it compares to even older 22nm variant used for Ivy Bridge.
>
>

You're right. Apparently I missed the 22FFL -> 16 rebadge. Not unnecessarily confusing at all...
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  Cong is dead, long live eCungMichael S2022/06/13 04:47 AM
  foundry nodesMichael S2022/06/13 05:13 AM
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  New article: Intel 4 Process Scales Logic with Design, Materials, and EUVFred Chen2022/06/13 08:38 AM
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      New article: Intel 4 Process Scales Logic with Design, Materials, and EUVFred Chen2022/06/13 06:11 PM
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    New article: Intel 4 Process Scales Logic with Design, Materials, and EUVanonymou52022/06/13 11:50 AM
    New article: Intel 4 Process Scales Logic with Design, Materials, and EUVBill K2022/06/14 01:58 AM
      [quibble] Yield is not determined by size alonePaul A. Clayton2022/06/14 12:27 PM
        You can always add redundancy ... it is only money!Mark Roulo2022/06/14 01:56 PM
          You can always add redundancy ... it is only money!me2022/06/14 06:11 PM
            You can always add redundancy ... it is only money!anonymou52022/06/14 09:44 PM
              You can always add redundancy ... it is only money!John2022/06/15 04:34 PM
                You can always add redundancy ... it is only money!anonymou52022/06/15 07:09 PM
          You can always add redundancy ... it is only money!Paul A. Clayton2022/06/16 01:04 PM
        [quibble] Yield is not determined by size aloneBill K2022/06/14 02:52 PM
          Yield vs function...Björn Ragnar Björnsson2022/06/14 04:20 PM
            Yield vs function...Bill K2022/06/14 05:33 PM
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