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    Default Intel Aims at 10 nm Processors by 2018





    Since 2007, Intel has been depending on the tick-tock
    model for developing microprocessors. The company
    announced that even in the future, it will still be using this
    strategy for Ivy Bridge’s inheritors: Haswell, Rockwell,
    Skylake and Skywell.


    The plan was exposed by a leaked roadmap related to
    Intel’s upcoming server micro-architectures. The
    translated version of the leaked roadmap can be seen
    at ComputerBase. The agenda for release is also
    mentioned in the leaked document. According to the
    roadmap, the company’s plan begins with the launching
    of the first Xeon Sandy Bridge-E processors in fall of this
    year.


    The processors are based on 32nm manufacturing process.
    They will probably be substituted by a particular series
    of Ivy Bridge CPUs that will take the architecture into
    the 22nm region by the start of 2013.


    In Q1 of 2014, according to Intel’s roadmap, the
    Sandy Bridge-E will be replaced by the maturely fabricated
    Haswell-based CPUs. Many new features are expected
    from the Haswell to bring to the server space, since Haswell
    is based on lately developed micro-architecture. It will also
    include the support for the AVX2 instruction set. What more
    interesting is, they will get a configurable TDP.


    One and a half years after the release of Haswell, the similar
    micro-architecture will be used to build up a 14nm heir of the
    Haswell, which will be known as Rockwell.


    There will still be 5 years before the Skylake is unleashed.
    The chip is still under grave development and is currently
    going through its first silicon simulations.


    Finally, all the features of the Skylake will be inherited to
    Skymont, Intel’s 2017 die shrink that will honored as the
    world’s first
    10nm fabrication based processor.





    For those who didn't know this news.

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    Haswell>Broadwell>Skylake>Skymonte. I suggest you not to pay any heed on these 3rd party rumors. I dont know where do they get Rockwell and Skywell Click image for larger version. 

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    Last edited by VANGUARD; December 18th, 2011 at 03:11.

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