Intel is still mostly on 14 nanometer while TSMC and AMD are at 7 nanometer chips.
Intel will continue to advance its fabrication technologies iteratively, so we are going to see 10nm+ and 10nm++ as well as 7nm, 7nm+ and 7nm++. Intel will offer 7nm, 7nm+, and 7nm++ fabrication technologies that will rely on extreme ultraviolet lithography (EUVL), which will help Intel solve a variety of multi-patterning-related issues.
Intel needs to execute well with 7-nanometer chips and then try to get back to a lead with 5 nanometers.
SOURCES – EETimes, Intel
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