Intel said it has doubled its manufacturing capacity to produce 10nm and 14nm chips. The company’s vice president and general manager of production, Keyvan Esfarjani, said that as many as three Intel enterprises are now engaged in the production of these chips, since the demand from partners has grown significantly.
Esfarjani said Intel does not intend to slow down and will continue to invest in production development to meet customer requirements. Intel manufactures 10nm chips in Israel, Oregon and Arizona.
Intel is now actively engaged in the production of 11th generation processors, which should go on sale in March 2021. Leaked characteristics can be studied at the link .