Following the report we shared recently, the company’s new CEO spoke at the event where the financial reports were announced. The new CEO seems confident about Intel’s 7nm process.

The report that emerged recently indicated that Intel would shift processor production to TSMC. According to the presentation of Intel’s financial reports, the company will prefer to stick to its own facilities.

Delayed from 7 nm process
Pat Gelsinger, who will become Intel’s new CEO next month, has already begun to examine Intel’s situation at 7nm. The new name seems confident about Intel’s goal of transitioning to the 7 nm process in 2023, when the already delayed plan is also delayed.

Gelsinger stated that they will consider the option of using different production facilities, but by 2023, most of Intel’s processors will exit their casting facilities.

According to the road map of the Mavi team, the new technique, which will be preferred for the chips to be offered to the end user market in the first half of 2023, will be applied in the server market later.

On the other hand, after Pat Gelsinger, who previously worked at Intel, takes office next month, Intel will also reveal more details about its plans.

If we look at other manufacturers, TSMC and Samsung will be producing chips at 3 nm nodes in 2023 when Intel has just moved to 7 nm. Time will show Intel’s position in the market.

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