jan 28th, 2007
the new intel 'breakthrough' has been hyped a lot (and ibm is claiming they have the same thing too) -- something to do with new hafnium-based processes to improve the insulation and thus reduce the leakage current and thus heat generation.
intel has always had an edge in the chip design and the *process* such as CMOS, HMOS, etc. and have not been that good at the actual manufacturing activity.
any comments by anyone on these new developments?
i own intel stock and am hoping this will push it up. i missed out on buying some texas instruments stock, and it has done rather well recently.