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November 24th, 2003
Intel claims it's mastered 65 nano technology
CHIP GIANT INTEL said it has created fully functional 65 nanometer SRAM chips, with full production slated for 2005, using 12-inch (300mm) silicon wafers. The 65 nano chips use a second gen version of Intel's strained silicon, copper interconnect, and low-k dielectrics. The SRAM have a .57µ2 cell size, and are 4 Mbit chips. Each cell only has six transistors – Intel's analogy is that 10 million such chips would fit inside the tip of a Biro.
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