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  • wallisdreamweaver wallisdreamweaver Dec 22, 2012 5:06 PM Flag

    Reader BEWARE of Wallisweaver, he'll try to con you into thinking Intel can do no wrong

    London Calling: Intel's 14-nm process delay
    Peter Clarke
    11/19/2012 1:31 PM EST

    Confirmed P1272 14nm has technical problems.

    Communications version of Atom ship date now pushed until 2nd half of 2014.


    11/20/2012 3:11 AM EST

    If true, this is possibly a first for Intel. Since it is occurring so near the "end", it's particularly scary. It is only their second finfet or trigate generation.


    11/20/2012 11:49 AM EST

    Intel Ramp engineer claimed moral at Intel was at a all time low.

    Many forced plant shut down over December holidays. 14nm delay relates to "significant process problems"

    Even worse his manager said there is talk about a work force reduction in 2013 that will be announced in Q1

    1/23/2012 9:11 PM EST

    14 nm broadwell not shown at idf this year was another possible hint.

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    • wallisdreamweaver , is that why you became IMPOSTER ?

      I don't trust imposters, i can do my own DD.

    • Posting old news and reader comments on old news. You got nothing - especially not the courage to post under your own ID. Give it a break, stalker boy, you are as boneless as the day is long...

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • Ireland still set for FinFETs, says Intel exec
      Peter Clarke
      12/14/2012 7:20 AM EST

      LEIXLIP, Ireland – Intel's wafer fab campus here is still on course to run a 14-nm FinFET manufacturing process despite the return to Ireland of a large number of workers that had been on assignment at Intel sites in the U.S. for training, according to the general manager of Intel Ireland.

      When asked if Intel Ireland was still planning to introduce a 14-nm FinFET manufacturing process – or tri-gate as Intel calls it – at Leixlip in 2013, Eamonn Sinnott, vice president and general manager of Intel Ireland, said there is no delay and no change to the process introduction schedule in Ireland. However, Sinnott declined to give any indication of what schedule, if any, is in place.

      The Irish Times recently reported that Intel was sending up to 600 Irish staff home early from production training in the U.S. after deciding to delay the introduction of the P1272 14-nm process at Fab 24 in Leixlip. The newspaper reported that the ramp of 14-nm production in Ireland had been pushed out six months to late 2013, attributing the delay to a slowdown in demand rather than technical problems. Intel is also planning to ramp P1272 at Fab D1X in Oregon and at Fab 42 in Arizona.

      "The sending home is not related to plans to introduce 14-nm," Sinnott said during a press tour of the Leixlip campus. He added: "Paul Otellini [CEO of Intel] has identified Intel Ireland on the roadmap for the introduction for 14-nm."

      At present Fab 24 is manufacturing a variety of logic chip sets on 65-nm CMOS process technology, a mature technology for Intel that could be phased out relatively soon. Intel's Fab 24 is running the same process as Intel's Fab 68 in Dalian, China. The introduction of a leading-edge process, such as the P1272 14-nm FinFET process, is clearly fundamental to maintaining Leixlip as an Intel chip manufacturing site. A large sign was noticeable in communal area of Fab 24 that said: "Our chance to shine – 14-nm."

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