GlobalFoundries has demonstrated its 20 nanometer process node with the production of a test chip. The company – which partners with AMD, Qualcomm and Broadcom – demonstrated full support for every step in a 20nm workflow, and has invited customers to evaluate the technology. Production of 20nm is still at least a year away while Intel plans to roll out the 22nm Ivy Bridge this spring. Read more on the GlobalFoundries website here.
Nvidia Q3 FY23 results
Revenue $5.93 billion, down 12% from last quarter, profit up 4%.
Tech luminary Gordon Moore passes away
Was co-founder of Intel and the person behind Moore’s Law.
Add-in board unit sales see a significant correction from Q1, yet still see growth year over year
Quarter to quarter, graphics add-in board shipments decreased significantly by -22.6%, yet increased by 2.4% year to year.