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Intel: 32nm Development Complete
Written by Danrok   
Thursday, 11 December 2008 09:32

From Trusted Reviews:

Having got over the excitement of Core i7 (Nehalem), it's clearly time to start thinking about the next 'tick' in Intel's development cycle. That tick is a move from the current 42nm manufacturing process introduced with Penryn to 32nm, the development cycle of which Intel has announced the completion of.

That means that we should see 32nm (codenamed Westmere for the interested) CPUs in Q4 2009, right on schedule with Intel's predictions. Intel plans to serve up a plethora of information about its 32nm process tech at the International Electron Devices meeting (IEDM) next week.

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