Intel Reveals World’s First 32nm Chip Technology

19 September 2007 By Shashank


Intel has showed off the future of computing with its newly built chips using the 32 nm fabrication technology .The all new 32 nm Nehalem chip architecture has been developed by Intel in which each die incorporates around 1.9 billion transistor in a single chip wow.Intel has also demonstrated the next generation 32 nm technology by running a PC with its newly born Nehalem chip architecture.

The latest 32nm chips use the advanced high-k and metal gate transistor technology which helps in improving power efficiency and at the same time reduces leakage. When the world is waiting for the processor industry to move on to the 45nm era this move by Intel is a brilliant one and must have left AMD snoring.Also the new Intel 45nm Penryn will be debuting in November this year.

The first Nehalem products are expected to release in the second half of 2008 and by 2009 Intel will start mass manufacturing of chips with 32nm fabrication process.

Now think of super computing power in your desktop.

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Hardware, Latest Technology 1 comments


UdiT says:

I m also having this post in my blog………:wink:
Intel seems to b advancing in Microprocessor Architecture……tremedously.

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