Intel Creates 65 Nanometer SRAM Chips - New Product

Intel has claimed to have produced fully functional 65 nanometer SRAM chips using 12-inch (300mm) silicon wafers. They are expected to go into production in 2005.

The chips use a second generation version of Intel's strained silicon, copper interconnect, and low-k dielectrics. The 4Mbit SRAM cells are only .57µ2 in size which means that 10 million chips could fit inside the tip of a ball point pen.

Posted 24th November 2003

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