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  • ashraf.eassa ashraf.eassa Feb 12, 2013 6:36 PM Flag

    GloFo's roadmap

     

    I love how these jokers try to fool people into thinking 14nm is coming in 2014 and 10nm in 2015.

    Has anybody spotted shipping 20nm products from GloFo? I mean, you'd think it'd be easy to get 20nm right if you've got 14nm and 10nm in the bag.

    What a bunch of clowns.

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    • At low power, Intel is releasing the first production on their 22nm finfet process end of this year. Subsequently, they are on an accelerated rollout for 14nm which will happen just one year later at the end of next year. GloFo (and TSMC and Samsung) are correspondingly accelerating their low power rollouts to match. I think this is risky for all of them.

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      • "At low power, Intel is releasing the first production on their 22nm finfet process end of this year. Subsequently, they are on an accelerated rollout for 14nm which will happen just one year later at the end of next year. GloFo (and TSMC and Samsung) are correspondingly accelerating their low power rollouts to match. I think this is risky for all of them."

        [Intel already has 22nm FinFET production. Intel already has 14nm FinFET production and will have full volume by year end. No ARM foundry has ever done FinFET or is close to doing it. All the risk is on the ARM foundry side who is at least two years from a half-step to 14nm. ARM foundries have shrunk from 19 in number at 90nm to three now. Get real...]

        Sentiment: Strong Buy

      • Risk is and always has been the nature of the semiconductor chip manufacturing business. Nothing new there.

 
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