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Intel Unveils 10A (1nm) Process, Setting Sights Beyond 2028

Intel has made significant advancements in the semiconductor industry, unveiling its cutting-edge 10A “1nm process” and outlining future plans. Intel has recently announced progress on its 10A process node (1nm), with plans extending beyond 2028. This places Intel ahead of the Taiwanese giant TSMC, which aims for a 1nm process by 2030.

Furthermore, according to forecasts by IFS Intel’s Foundry Division, it is poised to establish dominance in the market with the production start of the 14A node (1.4nm) by 2026. This early delivery of processes could give Intel an edge over its rivals.


More About Intel’s 10A (1nm) Process

Although details about Intel’s 10A process are scarce there are indications of performance improvements expected with a projected enhancement of 20% to 30% compared to the 14A node. This development could mark a comeback for Intel in the semiconductor industry as it aims to regain prominence.

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Of note is the Wafer Fab capacity timeline which suggests that scaling up production for Intel 4, Intel 3, Intel 20A and Intel 18A nodes will likely occur post 2026. On the hand production capacity for the 14A and 10A nodes may remain comparatively limited beyond 2028. It is important to highlight that all nodes beyond Intel’s 7 will incorporate Extreme Ultraviolet (EUV) technology. Additionally, CEO Pat Gelsinger has highlighted the importance of both the 10A process and emphasized a strong focus on advancing the development of the company’s cutting edge 18A process.

During an interview with TechTechPotato magazine, Gelsinger stressed how crucial their investment in developing the innovative 18A process is for Intel from a perspective. Intel’s emphasis on the 18A node comes as no surprise considering it showcases cutting-edge technologies like PowerVia. The company’s performance with the 18A node is pivotal for its comeback, in the market.

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With promising indicators thus far, Intel’s foundry division could secure strategic advantage by consistently delivering top-tier nodes without encountering issues such as low yield rates or production volumes. Notably, Intel has already secured a $15 billion contract from Microsoft for its 18A process, positioning itself to rival industry leaders like TSMC in the near future.

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  1. What is Intel’s 10A (1nm) process?

    Intel’s 10A (1nm) process offers notable performance enhancements, demonstrating the company’s dedication to semiconductor advancement.

  2. Why is Intel emphasizing the 18A process?

    Intel’s focus on the 18A process, highlighted by technologies like PowerVia, is pivotal for its market resurgence, backed by a significant $15 billion contract from Microsoft.


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