|Intel delays its 10 nm 'Cannon Lake' CPUs yet again|
|By Thom Holwerda on 2018-04-27 23:14:58|
Intel has announced that, once again, mass production of its 10-nanometer "Cannon Lake" chips will be delayed. The company is already shipping the chips in low volumes (though no one knows to whom at this point), but said it "now expects 10-nanometer volume production to shift to 2019 [rather than the end of 2018]." It announced the move in its first quarter earnings report, which saw it collect a record $16.1 billion in revenue and $4.5 billion in profit, a 50 percent jump over last year.
Ryzen 2 is kicking butt, and Intel is delaying chips. Must be fun to work at Intel these days.
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