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[The Street]AMD forges ahead in new chip technology

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http://www.thestreet.com/s/amd-forge...FREE&cm_ite=NA

Sound like some good news for AMD's Chip process
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I'm having trouble loading the page
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Sounds good to me.
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Quote:
AN FRANCISCO -- Advanced Micro DevicesAMD may not know where its chips will be manufactured in the future, but the company is making strides in developing technology for factories to produce ever faster microprocessors.

On Tuesday, the Sunnyvale, Calif., company announced details of a working test chip it claims lays the groundwork for next-generation microprocessors featuring smaller transistors.

AMD produced the test chip in partnership with IBMIBM using Extreme Ultra-Violet lithography, a type of lithography that uses a shorter wavelength of light than today's standard lithographic tools. The shorter wavelength means the circuits on a silicon wafer can be etched at a smaller size.

"This important demonstration of EUV lithography's potential to be used in semiconductor manufacturing in the coming years is encouraging to all of us in the industry that benefit from chip feature sizes shrinking over time," said AMD's Bruno La Fontaine, who presented details of the chip at the SPIE Advanced Lithography conference in San Jose, Calif., Tuesday.
Very interesting.
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So they plan to have 22nm chips by 2016... interesting. Although i thought Intel had the roadmap for that at 2011 o.O (once they found a way to use nanocarbons or whatever they are called ) Someone can correct me!

Anyway nice find and a good read. But we want AMD back NOW!
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the link works, its just a slow loading page.
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yep.. awesome find
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but are they going to out perform Intel chips?

*the question is, will it blend?*
    
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The article states that "According to AMD, the chip industry is expected to begin producing 22-nanometer chips in 2016." AMD said the industry, not AMD itself. Whether we see Intel 22nm before AMD's expectations is outside the scope of this comment.
    
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Good find
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