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Old 13th June 2006, 08:32   #1
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Intel Tri-Gate Transistors Enable Higher Energy Efficiency

Intel Corp. Monday said that its engineers have further developed the company’s tri-gate transistors and indicated that the technology would be suitable for volume manufacturing in several years from now, according to observers, by the time when Intel starts making processors using 32nm or 22nm process technologies.
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