Sounds like just a lot of hopefulness from Intel with no details grounded in reality. Make up fancy roadmaps and promises all you want, but lets not forget that the roadmaps have been completely revised and process nodes pushed back years and years already. All data is still showing 10nm isnt ready for prime time and is still only capable of mobile processors and very low end desktop stuff. Yet Intel likes to claim things are still unicorns and rainbows for them with 10nm on track and shipping. LOL Investor Day from Intel is just PR on overdrive, nothing real. They will give excuses next year why "such and such had issues and unfortunately were not able to meet projections" as they have done the last few years straight.