One of the measures of how quickly a new process node gains traction is by comparing how many wafers are in production, especially as that new process node goes through risk production and then into high volume manufacturing. You can tell a lot about how much confidence a foundry has in its new process by looking at the number of wafers in production, as well as the expected range of customers and products that are set to be produced. As part of TSMC’s Technology Symposium 2020, we were treated to a little insight into the growth of its new 5nm process technology. TSMC’s 5nm process, or strictly speaking its first production version of 5nm, known as N5, is currently in the process of high volume...
Spotted: Qualcomm Snapdragon 8cx Wafer on 7nm
Alongside the announcement of the new 7nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 8cx processor for the company’s line of next generation premium tier Always Connected PCs, in the demo room today we...15 by Ian Cutress on 12/6/2018