Intel delays Broadwell chips to early 2014 due to production yield problems

Broadwell demo at IDF

We hope you weren’t dead set on buying devices using Intel’s Broadwell processors, as the company has delayed production of the 14-nanometer CPU line to early 2014. Fixes for early manufacturing defects didn’t work as well as expected, CEO Brian Krzanich says, limiting Intel’s ability to produce enough functioning chips. The setback shouldn’t affect Skylake, Broadwell’s successor. Still, it’s not good news for a semiconductor firm that’s scrounging for good news in an unforgiving PC market.

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