Intel’s CEO, Brian Krzanich, has tried to remain bullish in the face of having to announce yet another delay to the volume production of their 10nm products, and the fact they’re spinning out yet more 14nm chips. So bullish in fact, it looks like he’s calling out the AMD Ryzen 2 CPUs being marketed as 12nm products.
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So yeah, Intel have knocked back the beleaguered 10nm production process so that it will only shift into volume production sometime in 2019. And that could mean December 31st for all we know, as Krzanich admitted he couldn’t say whether it would be in the first or second half of 2019.