Intel and 10 nm (Premium)

Intel and 10nm

Intel has always had a tortured relationship with mobile computing. But its inability to make its chipsets more efficient is embarrassing and troubling.

As part of its otherwise stellar earnings announcement this past week, Intel admitted that it was delaying its move to a more efficient and mobile-friendly 10 nm manufacturing process to 2019. This isn't the first delay, either. Originally announced as a 2015 product, Intel's 10 nm CPUs, now codenamed Cannon Lake, have been delayed multiple times.

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