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ali_asadzadeh:
IBM has done it, any Idea what we could achieve with that?

woofy:
That's around 10 atoms. Amazing!

NorthGuy:

--- Quote from: ali_asadzadeh on May 08, 2021, 12:59:59 pm ---IBM has done it, any Idea what we could achieve with that?

--- End quote ---

More bloat.

ataradov:
We can achiever that as soon as any marketing person gets on the job.

Their "nm" numbers are meaningless anymore. They just redefine what they measure to make numbers lower.

woofy:
Transistor density may be a better metric.

Intel's 10nm node is about 100m transistors/mm2
TSMC's 10nm node is 52m transistors/mm2
and their 7nm node is 91m transistors/mm2

So Intel's 10nm node is denser that TSMC's 7nm node.

IBM's 2nm node is around 330m transistors/mm2

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