Dylan McGrath, EETimes
4/27/2018 00:01 AM EDT
SAN FRANCISCO — Intel announced the appointment of yet another big name chip architect and provided more evidence that its multi-year quest to diversify beyond the PC is finally paying dividends. But the company also pushed volume production of 10nm chips from late this year to next year, saying progress in improving yields is slower than expected.
In a conference call with analysts following its first quarter earnings announcement, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich said Intel is shipping 10nm products in low volumes and that yields are improving, but that the rate of improvement is slower than the company expected.
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