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Advanced Processor Chip Scaling Driven by Latest Electronics

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jessepkm
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7/8/2017 5:05:35 AM
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Re: nanotechnology is the path to progress.
The technological advances related to chips should be more discussed in integration with the human body and the elimination of diseases through nanotechnology, but obviously the advances cited contribute to the society also.

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lanera
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12/21/2016 3:42:26 PM
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Great electronics info
Hi , thank you for the informations about advanced processor, this shared info help a lot .

me the top information which I need! I will share your article to all my friends, for the Technology lost, waiting for your update~

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PAKIKO
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11/9/2016 11:37:39 AM
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Re: updated IC post
yea of course, such info is very helpfull for me to.

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Monnaie
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5/27/2016 2:56:48 PM
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Re: updated IC post
Very good article . 
I found the information I was looking for.
Thank you for sharing him .


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rajaverma
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3/29/2016 6:46:39 AM
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Very Good Post
It is very useful info to me. Thanks for sharing it.

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analoging
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12/17/2014 8:09:21 PM
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updated IC post
Check out the following site for future updates on other related advanced microelectronics tech & business topics at: www.examiner.com/green-business-in-phoenix/brian-coppa now that I have moved on from this particular writing column. Have a Happy Holiday!- Brian

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analoging
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11/24/2014 12:08:09 PM
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Re: double patterning
Good comments. ARM has developed a successful business model in designing mobile chips over the years. Since it is not weighted down by having to maintain fabs, the company has been able to get entrenched in numerous mobile devices across the industry by licensing out its designs to top IDMs and foundries. The fab side of the business in making chips has led to increased consolidation as fewer players are able to keep up with capital costs of building billion dollar manufacturing facilities for leading edge chip technology.

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Netcrawl
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11/23/2014 9:29:55 PM
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Re: double patterning
@Analoging for me ARM's defense does not really make sense, ARM is claiming that its RISC architectures to be far superior than Intel's x86 platform. And that ARM's current 28nm processors outperform Intel's 22 nm Tri-Gate 3D Silvermont chips. Intel's current mobile processors are produced at 32nm node, while Qualcomm are being made at 28nm node. I believe Intel already has factories producing 22nm silicon but those things are meant for the PC and server markets.   

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Netcrawl
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11/23/2014 9:21:14 PM
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Re: double patterning
@Analoging ARM designs completely dominate the tablet and smartphone processor market (no doubt) and AMD and Intel are almost comletely absent from this arena. However, there's some major advances, Intel has been making huge investment to get a foothold in this rapidly expanding mobile industry. Intel has made rapid strides in the past few years and now its efforts are bearingg fruit- the Samsung Galaxy tablets which used a dual core Intel Clovertail chip ( this is a major step for Intel in its quest for mobile supremacy).

Samsung is the first sign that Intel is going to disrupt the entire mobile industry. I think ARM is now on serious trouble, they already feel the tremendous pressure in this battle. they are getting scared by Intel's development and current designs. The world's second largest PC company Lenovo launched its flagship phone K900 using Intel's chip, this clearly shows that Intel is still capable of giving strong competition to ARM players in both tablets and smartphones market.

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Netcrawl
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11/23/2014 9:01:44 PM
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Re: double patterning
@analoging I believe that Intel's position in the high end of the server market is safe, and in the new low power/embedded segments of the server markets Intel will have to move quickly if it is to put an ened to those threats in all but  a few niche segments. I believe that Intel has a number of critical advantages here (that will ensure market leadership).

Intel's advantages in the market:

1. The best process technology in the market - (22nm FinFET for the 2013 server part against the competitor's 40nm part) this allows more cores, more integration of connectivity, co-processors and etc.

2. Vendor relationships- the credibility that Intel has built with the data center vendors is a huge asset in the ongoing battle.

3. First to Market- they're fast when it comes to product innovation, it is unlukely that we will see the first attept from other vendors in the 2015-2016 timeframe.

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