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Intel node rename – not pulling a fast one

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Intel to ship 45-nano chip next year

Intel Corp. will enter the next era of Moore's Law in the second half of 2007 with commercial shipment of its first PC processors based on a 45-nanometer manufacturing process, the company said Wednesday. Intel showed off what it called the world's first fully functional SRAM (static RAM) chip made with a 45nm process technology.

Look to the past, see the future, says Cisco

Speaking to a gathering of systems integrators in Cancun, Mexico, a senior Cisco executive said Wednesday that those who view the Internet as old news should bone up on their history.

IBM claims world’s smallest silicon transistor

IBM Corp. claims to have developed the world's smallest working silicon transistor. At six nanometers in length the new transistor is at least 10 times smaller than state-of-the-art transistors in production today, the company said in a statement Monday.

IBM speeds up transistor for wireless chips

IBM Corp. scientists have developed a transistor that can run at 350GHz, nearly three times faster than any transistor available today, IBM said Monday.

AMD fabricates first 10-nanometer transistor

Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) has fabricated a standard complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) transistor with a gate length of 10 nanometers, six times smaller than the smallest CMOS transistors currently in production, the company announced in a statement Tuesday.

Intel goes on with 90 nanometre

Intel Corp. will begin making chips in volume on its 90-nanometre (.09 micron) manufacturing process next year, and it

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