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Friday, 16 March 2007 20:28

After 65 nanometre comes 55

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Cebit 2007:
An optical shrink


We learned
that after 65 nanometre shrink there will be a new one even smaller. It wont be 45 nanometre as many expected at least not in the graphic business.

Graphics industry will go for an optical shrink from 65 nanometre to 55 and later designs will be done in 45 nanometre.


ATI is in the dawn of 65 nanometre and is set to introduce these chips in May time and probably until the end of the year you will see the 55 chips from them.

 

 

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