Intel's 45nm Surprise - Article online

Article: Intel's 45nm Surprise: High-k Dielectrics and Metal Gates
By: David Kanter (, January 27, 2007 3:04 am
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Hi Everyone,

I hope you're all doing well. I wanted to let you know, I just wrapped up a nice article on Intel's newly announced 45nm process.

Intel is the first manufacturer to implement high-k gate dielectrics and metal gate electrodes. More impressive is that the first samples not only booted fine, but were operational at ~2GHz for a reasonable period of time.

Read more to find out, and as always questions are welcome.


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Intel's 45nm Surprise - Article onlineDavid Kanter2007/01/27 03:04 AM
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  Intel's 45nm Surprise - Article onlineHoward Chu2007/01/28 12:28 AM
    Intel's 45nm Surprise - Article onlineDavid Kanter2007/01/28 03:31 AM
      Intel's 45nm Surprise - Article onlineJerryA2007/01/30 12:05 AM
        Intel's 45nm Surprise - Article onlineDavid Kanter2007/01/30 10:55 AM
  Error on page 3James2007/01/28 11:42 AM
    Error on page 3David Kanter2007/01/28 12:42 PM
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    It was actually calculated MS2007/01/30 08:29 PM
      It was actually calculated Wouter Tinus2007/01/31 01:03 AM
        It was actually calculated MS2007/01/31 09:06 AM
          It was actually calculated IntelUser20002007/01/31 07:38 PM
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