Intel looking to outsource some 14nm server CPU production to TSMC

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Intel looking to outsource some 14nm server CPU production to TSMC

Intel struggles to meet current demand due to continuing delays in shifting to 10nm, according to reports

Reports in the Far East suggest that Intel is planning to outsource a chunk of its 14nm chip production to TSMC in a bid to boost output. According to Digitimes, Intel is struggling to meet demand...

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