Intel halves chip size

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Intel halves chip size

Intel said it has produced chips with the 65-nanometre manufacturing process, a strong sign the company will continue to keep pace with Moore’s Law. “The Santa Clara, Calif.-based chipmaker announced Monday that it has made Static Random Access Memory (SRAM) cells, a type of memory, with the 65-nanometre process and will start to mass-manufacture chips on the process in 2005.”

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