Intel have been very vocal in their criticisms of competing manufacturer’s process nodes, criticising their lack of density. However, GlobalFoundries CTO, Gary Patton, is happy to return some of the shade that Intel are throwing their way and wants everyone to know just how dense chip-manufacturer GlobalFoundries can be.
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GlobalFoundries are the company that manufactures most of AMD’s computing and graphical chips. They produce the 14nm node AMD currently use within their Polaris and Vega architecture designs, and are producing the 12nm chips for the upcoming AMD Ryzen 2 desktop processors.