Intel says it will finally have 10nm PC processors by holiday 2019

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    Intel has finally committed to when it can deliver 10nm silicon to consumer PCs: by the 2019 holidays, leaving its 14nm products to establish what executives called "system leadership" until then.

    Previously, Intel's guidance had been that the company would deliver 10nm products in volume by 2019. On Thursday, during the company's second-quarter conference call, Intel executives said that they would deliver 10nm during the second half, later clarifying that they would ship consumer PC systems in time for the holidays. Xeon chips manufactured on the 10nm process will soon follow, they said.

    Intel reported net income of $5.0 billion, up 78 percent, for the quarter. Intel also reported record revenue of $17.0 billion, up 15 percent. The call felt much like an audition to replace former chief executive Brian Krzanich, who stepped down after acknowledging a relationship between himself and an employee: Interim CEO Bob Swan, Data Center Group chief Navin Shenoy and Venkata (Murthy) Renduchintala, who runs the Technology, Systems Architecture & Client Group, also spoke.
    Source: pcworld

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