Definitely worth a look. Scott Jones is at the conference and will blog about it shortly:
Intel has been leading the pursuit of Moore’s Law for its entire existence. We have continuously advanced silicon technology and moved the capabilities of the industry forward. Today, the unmatched scope and scale of our investments in R&D and manufacturing ensure Intel continues to maintain industry leadership and drive innovation to provide our customers and consumers with leading-edge products in high volume.
Intel manufacturing processes advance according to Moore’s Law, delivering ever more functionality and performance, improved energy efficiency and lower cost per transistor with each generation. By continually advancing silicon technology and moving the industry forward, we empower people to do more, to enhance their knowledge, to strengthen their connections, to build the future, and to create and live in a smart and connected world.
- Intel Presents Technology and Manufacturing Day (Live Video, Updates)
- Moore’s Law: Setting the Record Straight (Editorial, Stacy Smith)
- Let’s Clear Up the Node Naming Mess (Editorial, Mark Bohr)
- Stacy Smith Introduction to 2017 Technology and Manufacturing Day (PDF)
- Mark Bohr on the Continuation of Moore’s Law (PDF)
- Ruth Brain on Intel’s 14 nm Technology (PDF)
- Kaizad Mistry on Intel’s 10 nm Technology (PDF)
- Mark Bohr on Intel’s 22FFL Technology (PDF)
- Murthy Renduchintala on the Intel’s Innovation and Manufacturing Advantages (PDF)
- Technology and Manufacturing Day Glossary (PDF)
- Intel’s 10 nm Technology: Delivering the Highest Logic Transistor Density in the Industry Through the Use of Hyper Scaling (PDF)
- Intel’s 14 nm Technology: Delivering Ultrafast, Energy-Sipping Products (PDF)
- Intel 22 nm FinFET Low Power (22FFL) Technology: FinFET Technology for the Mainstream (PDF)