Intel 4 Process Node is ready for production this year 2023
Intel 4 Process Node is ready for production. Intel China Research Institute President Song Jiqiang has revealed the silicon giant’s strategy and confirmed that the new node is now ready for production.
Intel 4 is ready for production this year 2023
The next-generation processors that will succeed the current Alder Lake and Raptor Lake (Intel 7) are ready to go into production in 2023.
Intel China Research Institute President Song Jiqiang announced that the node that will replace the current Intel 7 node is now ready for production. This node will be used for 14th generation Core processors and upcoming CPUs. In addition, the 20A and 18A nodes will enter production later in 2024, after Intel 3 also enters production.
“The 3nm programs are on track, both TSMC’s and our internal Intel 3 programs Granite Rapids and Sierra Forest in particular,” Gelsinger said on the company’s Intel Capital Allocation Update conference call. “I’m a little surprised by some of these rumors that are surfacing. You may have noticed that there were similar rumors a few months ago about Intel 4, and also about some of our other TSMC programs, which were also obviously false at the time.”
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger said.
Node 20A corresponds to a 2-nm node, while Node 18A corresponds to a 1.8-nm node. Both will enter production during 2024, the first in the first quarter of that year and the second in the second half of that year. The new nodes will be important because they will incorporate new RibbonFET and PowerVia transistors that will replace traditional FinFETs.