Intel says 10nm chips still on track, despite report they’re canceled

Intel is struggling to mass produce the next generation 10nm Canon Lake processors. The 10nm chip, called Cannon Lake, was originally supposed to appear in 2016. There was a delay in the creation of the chip, and Intel announced that it should launch the processor in 2019 early this year. SemiAccurate today, Intel

SemiAccurate report Intel has argued that 10nm is not financially viable, but Intel has disputed this claim. "Intel is making good progress at 10nm," Intel spokesperson said in a press release today. "Intel is working on a 10nm process."

Intel's last profit report revealed that the company's 10nm chip should arrive at some point. This delay suggests that Apple is considering replacing Intel processors with its own chips at the end of 2020. Intel was confident that it would not choose Microsoft for its Surface Go earlier this year. Intel suffered a great turbulence as a result of Meltdown and Specter security fears and Brian Krzanich's amazing start as CEO. Intel is now facing a battle for the future as its rivals fight against their market dominance.

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