Gebruikt Intel nou 0.18 of 0.13 micron technologie? Deze stukjes vond ik op The Register:
"Chip Goliath Intel claimed this morning that its 0.18 micron technology is really 0.13 micron technology and that puts it ahead of the chip rat-pack."
"Said Pierre Mirjolet, architecture marketing manager at Intel's European HQ in Munich: "The 0.18 micron generation is a path set up by the industry. We're achieving better performance than that. In actual fact, our 0.18 micron performance is 0.13 micron performance."
"He said: "We're able to get a little bit more out of 0.18 micron technology. We're moving faster than the industry. You can say [in Intel's case] that 0.18 micron is 0.13 micron."
"He continued: "We'll use shallow trench isolation in the P858 to increase the densities. The minimum gate dimension is .13 micron."
"Different chip manufacturers measured things differently, he conceded.
"0.13 micron is the width of the gate travelling from the source to the drain," he said."
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