Intel launches 11th generation core processor: Page 2 of 2

September 07, 2020 //By Peter Clarke
Intel launches Tiger Lake chip on SuperFin 10nm process
Intel has launched its 11th generation 'Core' processor – called Tiger Lake – made using a 10nm SuperFin FinFET manufacturing process.
Tiger Lake processor would be available to buy but did say there are more than 150 designs in development. Intel has lost one key customer Apple, which is moving to using internally-designed processors based on the ARM architecture (see More details emerge of Apple's eviction of Intel processors from PCs ).

One of the reasons Intel lost the Apple business is that the introduction of the 10nm process at Intel has been dogged with delays. However, CEO Bob Swan did say recently that 10nm production is now ramping faster than expected, even while he was confessing that Intel would have to go foundries for 7nm production.

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