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Samsung will help Intel deal with the shortage of processors

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South Korean electronics giant agreed to release processors commissioned by Intel

Samsung Electronics has agreed to ship Intel central processing units for computers to help solve the shortage. This was reported today by many industry sources.

As you know, Intel was faced with technological problems. Trying to master the standards of 10 nm, the manufacturer was unable to establish serial production of processors using new technology. At the same time, there was a shortage of 14-nanometer processors, which Intel has been unsuccessfully trying to satisfy since the end of 2018. Judging by the recent apology to customers for the delay in deliveries, the problem has not yet been resolved.

According to industry sources, Intel had to turn to a contract manufacturer. It would seem that the obvious choice in favour of the largest manufacturer - TSMC - had to be excluded, since TSMC manufactures products for AMD, competing with Intel. By the way, according to the standards of 7 nm.
Samsung will help Intel deal with the shortage of processors

Samsung, in turn, is one of the few contract manufacturers that can meet Intel's demand for 14nm chips. The release schedule for Intel orders does not specify. According to some reports, Samsung will produce Intel Rocket Lake processors, which will be presented in 2021.

This is the first time that Intel has ordered the release of its processors from another company. Other industry leaders such as IBM, Nvidia and Qualcomm are among Samsung customers, but, unlike Intel, they do not have their own production facilities.

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