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Tuesday, January 08, 2019

Intel's announcements cover a broad spectrum of future businesses

The company announced that before the end of the year it will start using 10-nanometer chips for its processors. Until now, they used 14 nanometer technology and the new development will allow them to manufacture smaller processors with less consumption and heating. One of the chips with 10 nm that will be available at the end of the year is the Ice Lake for ultralight equipment and will enable the manufacturing of computers without losing compatibility with the X86 architecture on which most operating systems and conventional PC applications are mounted.

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