Intel is confident about chips made on its 14nm process, but is lagging behind competitors on the 10nm node. Its 10nm Cannonlake processors will not become available until the second half of 2018, while competitors including Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) and Samsung have both already started production on 10nm. Additionally, TSMC is set to see revenue contributions from its 7nm process in the first quarter of 2018 while Samsung has stable 7nm development and has partnered with IBM on developing 5nm chips.
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