by Juan Antonio Soto 25 minutes ago Intel already revealed the information on its next manufacturing nodes while giving it a new name to refresh the processes and adapt them to the market. But as we have seen in ITHome, the process of Intel called 18A (18 Angstrom, 1 Angstrom = 0.1 nm) will be ready ahead of schedule, advancing its production up to 6 months. In this case, the Intel 18A process will be available for production in the second half of 2024 instead of 2025 as originally planned.
Thus, Intel will be able to compete with TSMC in the manufacture of semiconductors for third parties thanks to plans announced by Pat Gelsinger, including manufacturing to other companies. But for this you need to invest in your manufacturing nodes and position yourself at the height of your competitor. TSMC has revealed plans for a 2-nanometer manufacturing process ready for mass production in 2025.
Thanks to the new MBCFET transistors, Intel will be able to have its 18A node ready 6 months earlier than expected. transistors MBCFET Extend FinFET Design used by most, managing to add more conduction areas to transistors. but still it’s too soon to secure these plansat the moment the companies are interested in the 3-nanometer node from TSMC and Samsung, while Intel will have its Intel 4 process ready for the second half of this 2022 according to your plans. End of Article. Tell us something in the Comments or come to our Forum!