Don't jump to TSMC
Samsung has put 10nm FinFET in its roadmap to stop its customers migrating to TSMC.
After Skylake comes the Lake 14nm
Intel might have admitted that it will take a bit longer to get to 10nm, and it turns out that after the second generation 14nm Skylake, the next Intel CPU will be another 14nm design, not a 10nm part as many expected.
Expect Skylake and more
It has been a public secret that Intel was planning to pull in the Intel Developers Forum to August 2015.
Foundry plans to triple 16nm capacity in 2016
TSMC's 16nm FinFET process has barely gotten off the ground, but the foundry is already talking about 16nm FinFET Plus, which is due to launch by the end of the year.
We are well greased
TSMC has said that it is confident that it can beat Samsung Electronics in ramping up production on its 10nm lines.
Piggy backing on Intel foundry
China's Spreadtrum, which is tied to Intel's foundry business, is gunning for 14nm FinFET, with sights set on 10nm.
Mass production in late 2016
TSMC is planning to create a 10nm pilot line at its 300mm wafer plant in Fab 12.
Production nearly ready
Samsung told a company event in the UK that it was nearly ready to begin producing mobile chips using its 10nm manufacturing process.
14nm FinFET churned out in four fabs
Samsung has announced that it plans to ramp 10nm production in 2016.