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Intel confirms that it will launch 7Nm in 2023: it will narrow the gap with TSMC in the manufacturin

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Intel has just handed over a good fourth quarter and 2020 full year financial report.

At the financial report meeting, the current CEO Si Ruibo, the incoming new CEO Kissinger and cfogeorge Davis all appeared.

On the issue of 7Nm, Si Ruibo said that he still firmly believes that Intel will produce 7Nm products as scheduled in the first half of 2023, and will be used for client processors first, and then servers.

Some sharp analysts pointed out that when Intel launched 7Nm in 2023, TSMC had mass produced 3nm and even brought more advanced processes such as 2nm in a year. What does Intel think and deal with the competitive situation at that time?

Si Ruibo talked about two points. He said that the process technology is indeed very important, but it is not the only one. It builds Intel's six pillars together with packaging, architecture, memory / storage, security, interconnection and software.

Second, he said that Intel will continue to invest in the development of process technology, and 7Nm is just a new beginning.

Kissinger then added that in 2023, most of Intel's products will be based on 7Nm process, but the number of outsourced chips will also be increased. He stressed that Intel will continue to build competitive products, and packaging, software and internal / external factories are very important. He said that Intel is committed to narrowing the gap, and innovative technologies will emerge in long-term research and help us build indisputable leading products.

Obviously, Intel believes that the manufacturing process is a complex long-distance race. Although it has experienced setbacks, Intel still adheres to the track and firmly believes that it will catch up one day. For comparison, TSMC's 7Nm mass production was in April 2018, and as of July last year, it has produced 1 billion particles of defect free chips with good functions.

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