Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Intel revolutionizes the processor. Ivy Bridge will sport 22nm 3D Tri-Gate transistors

Intel has announced its 22nm 3D Tri-Gate transistors, the world’s first on a production technology, and with the potential to create not only smaller chips for smartphones, tablets and other ultraportables, but to make more powerful servers and desktop PCs. The 3D Tri-Gate transistors will be first used in Intel Ivy Bridge processors, demonstrated today and set to be the first high-volume CPUs based on the new technology. Intel isn’t holding back on the hyperbole, saying Ivy Bridge will bring “an unprecedented combination of power savings and performance gains” – up to 37-percent more performance, in fact – and the company even managed to get Gordon E. Moore – who coined “Moore’s Law” – to speak up on how important the 22nm evolution is to tech.

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