Intel has a plan to go beyond 3nm chips

Earlier this year, Intel announced they were planning to retake the CPU manufacturing lead and “unquestioned leadership” in the PC world. These were impressive goals, but what was missing was any sense of how they’d actually achieve them. Now, we finally know Intel’s plan.

Intel’s CEO Pat Gelsinger and SVP of Technology Development Dr. Ann Kelleher, laid out the company’s plan for the future. For starters, Intel is renaming its manufacturing nodes. What used to be 10nm “Enhanced Superfin” is now just “7.” This may feel a little duplicitous — “just wave a wand a you’ve got better technology!” — but to be fair to intel,

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