May 4, 2011 Intel has been scheduled for adoption in late 2011 22nm process code-named Ivy Bridge in three-dimensional transistors, Tri-gate has announced that it is adopted.
Compared with the conventional planar transistor type, operating at low voltage and low leakage current, as yet capable of producing high-performance processors and low power.
When compared to conventional transistors, low voltage up to 37% performance increase. If power consumption is equal to half the performance.
And summarizes the latest technology was used to predict the future of the traditional Intel processors
In 2001 Pentium M (Banias) in 0.13um (130um) in the copper wiring used
In 2002 Pentium 4 (Northwood) and 300mm wafers to begin using
In 2003 90nm process Strained Silicon began using the Pentium M (Dothan)
2006 65nm dual-core processes in Core (Yohan)
In 2008 45nm process Core 2 (Penryn) in, High-K/Megal gate, double (multi) technology patterning
In 2010 32nm process Core 2 (Westmere), and adopted liquid immersion lithography
In 2011 22nm process Core 2? (Ivy Bridge) in, Tri-Gate transistor type is adopted
In 2017 8nm EUV process or adopt?
- None Found