Intel’s 45nm Technology with Mark Bohr, Scientist and Senior Fellow

January 25th, 2006 |

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In this PodTech. net exclusive interview, Intel scientists say they’ve completed a big step toward manufacturing the smallest and fastest chips yet. Researchers have built a working Static Random Access Memory chip using 45-nanometer process technology.

The breakthrough is expected to lead to better PCs and laptops, but it will also inspire next-generation handheld devices. On this podcast, PodTech’s Jason Lopez talks about the new development with Intel scientist and Senior Fellow, Mark Bohr.

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