IBM uses nanosheets to build 5nm chip

Chris Merriman
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A scan of IBM Research Alliance’s 5nm transistor
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A scan of IBM Research Alliance’s 5nm transistor

Huge implications for the IoT

IBM has, apparently, done the impossible: laying the groundwork for a five nanometer (5 nm) chip - once 7 nm is solved, at least, which we're expecting next year. In a project alongside Globalfoundries...

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