As part of Intel’s suite of hardware announcements at this year’s Intel Innovation 2023 conference, the company offered a brief update on their plans for High-NA EUV machines, which will become a cornerstone of future Intel process nodes. Following some changes in Intel’s process roadmap – in particular Intel 18A being pulled in because it was ahead of schedule – Intel’s plans for the next-generation EUV machines. Intel will now only be using the machines with their 18A node as part of their development and validation work of the new machines; production use of High-NA machines will now come on Intel’s post-18A node.
High Numerical Aperture (High-NA) machines are the next generation of EUV photolithography machines. The massive scanners incorporate 0.55 numerical aperture optics, significantly...
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Buckle up as AnandTech takes you through the roller coaster ride that was Y2K.
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AnandTech brings you updated information on the future of AMD and Intel in 2001. Including new information on the 0.13-micron Pentium 4 and more...
Anand Lal Shimpi on 12/27/2000
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Intel may be having a hard
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One area that Intel has yet to be challenged...
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