Not until next year
Intel's move to delaying the mass production of its 10-nanometer "Cannon Lake" chips has had a mixed reaction from the techworld.
The sky will go dark and the moon shall eat the sun.
Intel has just announced an announcement. The company plans to show off its 8th Generation core on August 21 on Facebook live. But all this will be happening while the US is undergoing a total solar eclipse which is a portent of doom.
15 percent figure touted
Intel was showing a slide at its investor day yesterday which claims that Cannonlake will give a 15 percent performance improvement.
World’s first 10nm SoC is a big deal
Kaby Lake, the third generation 14nm was launched in 2016 and it looks like Cannon Lake 10nm Intel CPU might only launch in late 2017. But it is fairly certain that the Snapdragon 835 mobile SoC is going to ship in the first half of 2017.
Users will need regular vanilla Windows 10
Software king of the world Microsoft will not support the upcoming Intel Cannonlake and Coffeelake CPU architectures in its current Long-Term Servicing Branch version of Windows 10.
Cannonlake reacts to Zen
Intel has announced that its Cannonlake processors will support Clang (C language family frontend for LLVM compiler infrastructure project).
Rumours starting to firm up
It is starting to look like the rumours Chipzilla is planning to launch three processor families manufactured on the 10nm process node are proving true.
Tick-tock abandoned according to leak
Intel is reportedly going to release its first 10nm processor family in 2017, expected to be the first of three generations of processors that will be fabbed on the 10nm process.
Intel engineer spills the beans
Intel's next-generation Cannonlake consumer-targeted processors could be the chip to leap from quad-core designs for the great unwashed.
After Skylake comes the Lake 14nm
Intel might have admitted that it will take a bit longer to get to 10nm, and it turns out that after the second generation 14nm Skylake, the next Intel CPU will be another 14nm design, not a 10nm part as many expected.