Intel comes again with something new changing the era, a new tri-gate transistor technology installed into its Ivy Bridge processors, plugging the 22 nanometer new chips. Its 22 nanometer chips are the smallest chips ever, featuring sophisticated processor performance and reducing power supply needed. Generally these chips enhance the processor’s performance ratio by 20% using 20% less average power supply.
Intel has officially announced this new achievement. This technology is implemented to enhance processing power while reducing the amount of energy considered necessary. Intel had stated in an interview that this launch will be Intel’s fastest ramp ever.
Intel is also in development of further Dual-Core processors, suitable for thin-laptops, which will be announced later this spring, and looking forward to launch 13 quad-core processors, generally targeting desktop computers.
Traditional planar chip design (left) and Intel's new Tri-Gate technology (right)