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A delightfully gruesome monster power fantasy that doesn't quite live up to its potential.
Agree to patent licensing terms.
Promises N6 by next year.
Aims to block importation.
5nm and 6nm respectively.
Will make supplies up in Q2.
10,000 wafers affected.
Gains found in only one very specific workload.
Neither are for gaming, though.
Avera offers what GloFo won't: 7nm.
No firm schedule, though.
16-core variant available, too.
May beat Huawei to the punch.
TrendForce confirms supply rumours.
'First commercial 7nm SoC,' it crows.
Forces AMD to go all-in with TSMC.
Back on track now, it claims.
Still aiming for 2020 volume production.
Can be combined with other technologies, too.
Look to make a splash in HPC.
Looks to build a £12.5 billion facility.
7nm by 2018, 5nm by 2020.
Aims for 20K wafers a month by 2018.
First 64-bit big.LITTLE on 3D transistors.
July 1 2020 | 17:34
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