When will Intel get chips back from TSMC?
And what will be the first design?
When does Intel get their first parts back from TSMC, and what are they? SemiAccurate has heard a few interesting things on that topic and it is about what you would expect.
From our first exclusive story about what Intel is making at TSMC, to our next exclusive about the wafers ordered, the picture of what Intel is doing at TSMC, and what it is not doing there, is becoming clearer. Today we can tell you when things get real, at least for the first product, in a lot more detail. Enjoy.
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