Cannonlake

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Cannonlake
PredecessorSkylake
 
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Cannonlake
PredecessorSkylake

In keeping with Intel's tick-tock principle, the 10 nm shrink of Skylake is due out the year after the introduction of the microarchitecture and is rumored to be codenamed "Cannonlake" (sources from 2011 indicated Skymont was to be the codename); however no official announcement has been made. However, Cannonlake is referred to as being in development already, directly from Intel's job listing.[1] Further nodes are not clear either although latest Intel development (Q3 2012) indicates 7 nm node may reach production around 2017, with 5 nm in 2019.[2]

In 2009 Intel CEO Paul S. Otellini has been quoted as saying that silicon is in its last decade as the base material of the CPU.[3]

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