It is no secret that Intel has had problems with the production of its 10nm and 7nm nodes for a long time, and now it seems to want to outsource part of its production to TSMC, which includes the AMD Ryzen CPUs and the chips from Apple. produced. According to market analyst firm Trendforce, the American company will earn part of the 5nm production capacity for some low-end Core i3 CPUs in the second half of this year. For the mid-range and high-end chips Intel would like to use TSMC’s 3nm node a year later.
Rumors about outsourcing CPUs to TSMC instead of producing them themselves has been around for a long time. Former Intel CEO Bob Swan flirted with the idea some time ago, promising investors to come up with more news on the topic on January 21. Bob Swan has since been succeeded by Pat Gelsinger, the head of VMWare. Despite the change in leadership, the chances are quite realistic that Intel will release more news next week.
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