TSM and ALTR will likely continue to collaborate on the 20nm FPGAs while INTC focuses on the 22nm process this year. However, with the Broadwell processor in volume production next year (2014), INTC will begin to shift its focus to 14nm.
the same time intc was writing off fab space last cc, they announced that absolutely gigantic capital spending plan. Plug in some numbers, and intc is setting up enough fab space to do twice its current revenue. This deal won't be the last - look for intc to fab for everybody whose chips do not directly compete with intc. intc is going after all the foundries that fab chips that will compete with intc by trying to starve them out of biz/cash flow for future process development and spreading dev cost over multi-fabs.