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AMD is already designing products for 14nm

AMD is already designing products for 14nm

AMD is already designing products for 14nm

AMD is already designing products for 14nm

 

AMD has announced that they have already been working on products based on the 14nm process during their company's earnings call meeting, held on January 20th. AMD have also been talking a lot about potential successes in 2015 after 2014 has come to a close, which had saw them lose $403 million dollars.

  

AMD is already designing products for 14nm  

“We are actively designing a number of products in the 14nm FinFET process technology,” said Lisa Su, AMD's CEO

 

AMD has yet to specify which fab will be making AMD's future 14nm products, but we know that only Global Foundries and Samsung have been working on 14nm, with TSMC working in the larger 16nm node. 

We do not know what products AMD have been working on, but it is likely to be low power or semi-custom APUs, as these seem to be the largest potential growth areas for AMD. We know AMD is making a large push on mobile devices, with their upcoming Carrizo and Carrizo-L APUs being targeted at low TDP environments. Hopefully AMD can make some wins in the Laptop and tablet markets.

 

You can join the discussion on AMD's work on the 14nm process on the OC3D Forums. 

 

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23-01-2015, 07:27:49

barnsley
Maybe a special x86 tablet APU?Quote

23-01-2015, 08:13:52

Dicehunter
Meh, Bring on the 4xx series of GPU's I say Quote
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