Intel has now got the high-performance 10nm process in order to upgrade its mobile and desktop and server product lines on a on-a-going process. Officials recently acknowledged that the 7nm process was experiencing problems, causing delays of at least two quarters to catch up with the 2021 launch. The 7nm process is very important for Intel, not only as an important high-performance node after 10nm, but also as the first time Intel has used the EUV photocaving process, which is a key battle for Intel to regain the lead in the process process.
As for the 7nm process, Intel CEO Sr. Sr. said in an interview with Barron’s website that Intel engineers have found some defects in the 7nm process and are currently working on the defects and have plans to solve the 7nm process problem.
In addition to continuing to advance the 7nm process, Spirebo also talked about the possibility of a foundry, saying Intel was still evaluating the possibility of the 7nm process order being handed over to a wafer foundry.
Intel did not specify which plant it was, but it was either TSMC or Samsung that could take on the 7nm process contract globally, and if the outsourced flowers were outsourced, the order winners would be generated in both companies.