Intel Corporation earlier reported about the difficulties associated with the production of processors on the 10-nm process, but did not tell how it would affect the supply. The information has cleared up a little : they start not earlier than the second half of 2019, which means that the end user will receive new “stones” towards the end of the year.
Already followed the assumptions about the winning position of AMD and the possible advantage that the competitor Intel will receive with its 7-nm processors. However, Intel is not discouraged and, as explained in the company, intends to increase the efficiency (and performance) of existing 14-nm solutions.
Previously reported that 10-nm processors will be 25% more efficient than 14-nm at a similar level of power consumption. With similar performance, such processors can consume 50% less energy.