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Tuesday, 31 May 2011 09:33

Intel EVP talks Haswell 22nm 2013

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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22nm after Ivy Bridge
Following the introduction of Ivy Bridge, Intel plans to launch another 22nm processor, but this time it will use a new architecture.

You may recall that Intel uses its tick tock model - every year there's either tick or tock, where tick is a new architecture and tock is a new process. It went 45 to 32nm in last two years and now it’s getting ready to move to 22nm.

Yesterday, at a pre-Computex press event, Intel's EVP mentioned that with introduction of Haswell in 2013. The thermals will get better for their Ultrabook strategy. Intel definitely puts a lot of attention to their ultraportable, thin and light notebooks, as this is the only way for them to stay competitive against ARM and a big fear of tablet revolution.

Haswell is promised to have a thermal design reduced by half than today’s design point, and this definitely looks promising, especially as Haswell is only two years always. By the time Haswell comes, we expect to see Windows 8 for ARM and that tablets become a real thing that can sell with more than 250,000 units in a few months, of course for players that don’t have an Apple in their logo.

One more thing, Hass in German means hate.


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+3 #1 JEskandari 2011-05-31 10:28
well they are lowering tDP by going to lower process
well they must consider that Arm also moving to lower process and MIPS also whisper about entering the game
 
 
+5 #2 Exodite 2011-05-31 11:28
Quoting JEskandari:
well they must consider that Arm also moving to lower process...



This isn't about the Atom smartphone platform though but rather the successor to Ivy Bridge. In other words a full-featured, high-powered x86 processor.

Yes, it'll still pull a lot more power than ARM-based SoCs using a competing process technology. It'll also be a lot more powerful.

There's also the fact that cutting power draw in half on a 17-95W platform is a lot more drastic than doing the same on a 0.7-3W platform.
 
 
+1 #3 arclight 2011-06-05 21:38
"Intel EVP talks Haswell 22nm 2013 "

If we are still here past 2012 that is XD
 

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