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[Bloomberg]Intel Licenses ARM Technology to Boost Foundry Business

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The two chipmakers, whose designs and technology dominate in computing and mobile, unveiled the agreement Tuesday at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco. The accord will let Intel offer third-party semiconductor companies its most advanced 10-nanometer production lines for manufacturing the complex chips usually used in smartphones.

Very interesting.
I hope that it will allow companies other places to manufacture the chips, which might mean it will allow more competition and cost less to phone manufacturers.

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Separately, Intel said it won’t use extreme ultraviolet lithography as a manufacturing technique in its 10-nanometer production. The technology isn’t ready for the next generation of production, 7 nanometer, Intel also said, and the company won’t use the chipmaking technique until it delivers the promised efficiency.
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Good move to put their fabs to good use and generate additional revenue streams, I guess. If you can't beat 'em, join 'em.
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This is just like they almost confirm that next Apple A chip will be Intel made given the 2 firms already has big partnership on mobile chip. Good for Intel I think.

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Smart move, Intel should give Lisa Su a call and tell her they got some Fabs they can use for their products thumb.gif!
 
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Originally Posted by Wishmaker View Post

Smart move, Intel should give Lisa Su a call and tell her they got some Fabs they can use for their products thumb.gif!
Making stuff for your direct competitor is only smart if you sell them old tech or tech that you can still beat.
AMD just needs to make good great again puke.gif
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AMD can switch to them for Navi gpu.
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AMD can switch to them for Navi gpu.

No indication 10nm Intel node is suitable for GPU production, and it is probably too late to switch a design to a whole new node that isnt even ready or validated yet. Even Navi has to be nearing the halfway point in its development already.
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AMD can switch to them for Navi gpu.

AMD switching now will be another BD. Chips take at least five years to design so they have already started and process has already been chosen, changing now will either delay the chip by several years or it will end in disaster.

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