Research alliance builds new transistor for 5nm technology

The smallest and most advanced chips currently commercially available are made up of transistors with gates about 10 nm long, but IBM has now unveiled how it plans to cut them in half. To create 5 nm chips, the company is ditching the standard FinFET architecture in favor of a new structure built with a stack of four nanosheets, allowing some 30 billion transistors to be packed onto a chip the size of a fingernail... Continue Reading IBM's new 5nm architecture crams 30 billion transistors onto fingernail-sized chip Category: Computers Tags: IBM Moore's Law Samsung Transistor Related Articles: Ultra-low power graphene-based transistor could enable 100 GHz clock speeds One-atom-thin silicene transistors may lead to dramatically faster computer chips New molecular transistor can control single electrons Breakthro

Research alliance builds new transistor for 5nm technology

IBM, its Research Alliance partners Globalfoundries and Samsung, and equipment suppliers have developed an industry-first process to build silicon nanosheet transistors that will enable 5 nanometer ...

Mon 5 Jun 17 from Phys.org

IBM's new 5nm architecture crams 30 billion transistors onto fingernail-sized chip

The smallest and most advanced chips currently commercially available are made up of transistors with gates about 10 nm long, but IBM has now unveiled how it plans to cut them in half. ...

Mon 5 Jun 17 from Gizmag

Nanosheets: IBM’s Path to 5-Nanometer Transistors

IBM says their stacked nanosheet transistors will give circuit designers more flexibility

Mon 5 Jun 17 from IEEE Spectrum

IBM and Samsung build one of the smallest computer chips

Scientists at the SUNY Polytechnic Institute Colleges of Nanoscale Science and Engineering in Albany, New York, achieved the breakthrough by stacking silicon nanosheets.

Tue 6 Jun 17 from Daily Mail

IBM Announces 5nm Breakthrough Using Silicon Nanosheets

IBM's newest 5nm achievement illustrates the promise of new manufacturing technologies and the long-term usefulness of gate-all-around FET structures. The post IBM Announces 5nm Breakthrough ...

Tue 6 Jun 17 from Extremetech

IBM's 5nm chip could quadruple battery life

IBM, in partnership with Samsung and GlobalFoundries (which manufactures chips for Qualcomm and AMD, among others), has developed a process for building 5nm chips. Two years ago IBM ...

Mon 5 Jun 17 from The Verge

IBM creates a new transistor type for 5nm silicon chips

 IBM Research has created a new type of transistor for chips that enable 5nm construction, the smallest ever for a silicon processor. This new method, created in tandem with research partners ...

Mon 5 Jun 17 from TechCrunch

IBM's breakthrough process paves the way for densely-packed 5nm chips

IBM doesn't manufacture chips anymore, but it’s still very much involved in testing and developing new manufacturing techniques that will pave the way for next generation of microprocessors. ...

Mon 5 Jun 17 from Techspot

IBM, GlobalFoundries And Samsung Partner To Develop World’s First 5nm Nanosheet Process For 30 Billion Transistor Chips

IBM has teamed up with semiconductor equipment suppliers and manufacturing bigwigs GlobalFoundries and Samsung to develop a new process for building silicon nanosheet transistors. This new ...

Mon 5 Jun 17 from HotHardware

IBM unveils world’s first 5nm chip

Built with a new type of gate-all-around transistor, plus extreme ultraviolet lithography.

Mon 5 Jun 17 from Ars Technica

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