During this year's Intel Developer Forum, Intel have revealed the first working 32nm chip, in the form of a 300mm wafer compiled of 291Mbit SRAM chips. Intel plans to begin production of their 32nm processors in 2009 with Westmere, the successor of Nehalem. The wafer demonstrated is capable of housing more than 1.9 billion transistors, the company noted.

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