Tick-Tock" is a model adopted by chip manufacturer Intel Corporation from 2007 to follow every microarchitectural change with a die shrink of the process technology. Every "tick" represents a shrinking of the process technology of the previous microarchitecture (sometimes introducing new instructions, as with Broadwell, released in late 2014) and every "tock" designates a new microarchitecture. Every year to 18 months, there is expected to be one tick or tock. [1 ] Starting 2014 Intel realized "Refresh" cycles after a tock in form of a smaller update to the microarchitecture. It's said this is done because of the expanding times to the next tick. [2 ]
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^ Intel Tick-Tock Model
^ Compare: "Intel Tick-Tock Model". Intel. Intel Corporation . Retrieved . 2014-11-02 A yearly product cadence moves the industry forward in a predictable fashion that can be planned in advance.
^ Crothers, Brooke (2009-02-10). "Intel moves up rollout of new chips | Nanotech - The Circuits Blog - CNET News". News.cnet.com . Retrieved . 2014-02-25
^ Intel CEO: Latest Platforms, Processors Form New Foundations For Digital Entertainment And Wireless Computing, Intel Unveils World's Best Processor
^ Intel Unveils 16 Next-Generation Processors, Including First Notebook Chips Built on 45nm Technology
^ Intel Launches Fastest Processor on the Planet
^ Revolutionizing How We Use Technology—Today and Beyond
^ Intel Sandy Bridge chip coming January 5
^ Intel Ivy Bridge CPU Range Complete by Next Year
^ a b 22nm technology. May 2011
^ a b http://vr-zone.com/articles/ivy-bridge-ep-and-ex-coming-up-in-a-year-s-time--the-multi-socket-platform-heaven/15488.html
^ Ivy Bridge-E Delayed Until Second Half of 2013
^ a b "Leaked specifications of Haswell GT1/GT2/GT3 IGP". Tech News Pedia. 2012-05-20 . Retrieved . 2014-02-25
^ "Devils Canyon mit bis zu 4,4 GHz, ohne verlöteten Deckel". golem.de. Jun 3, 2014.
^ a b c After Intel's Haswell comes Broadwell - SemiAccurate
^ a b Intel to release 22-core Xeon E5 v4 “Broadwell-EP” late in 2015
^ The wait for Skylake is almost over, first desktop chips likely to hit August 5
^ "Intel 14nm Kaby Lake “Skylake Refresh” Platform Detailed – Launching in 2H 2016, 256 MB eDRAM H-Series and 91W K-Series Unveiled". wccftech.com. July 2015. The Kaby Lake platform will be similar to Skylake platform that launches this year and will act as a platform refresher
^ "Intel Releasing 14nm Kaby Lake Processor in 2016 Ahead of 10nm Cannonlake". legitreviews.com. 2015-07-08. We have long known that Intel was planning a ‘Skylake Refresh’ that has always been on the roadmap between Skylake and Cannonlake, but it appears that refresh might be going by the code name Kaby lake now.
^ a b "Intel confirms tick-tock shattering Kaby Lake processor as Moore’s Law falters". ArsTechnica.com. Jul 15, 2015. the switch to 10nm manufacturing has been delayed until the second half of 2017.
^ a b c "Intel currently developing 14nm, aiming towards 5nm chips - CPU - News". HEXUS.net. 2012-05-15 . Retrieved . 2014-02-25
^ a b "Intel’s Silvermont Architecture Revealed: Getting Serious About Mobile". . AnandTech
^ Hiroshige, Goto. "Intel Products for Tablets & SmartPhones" (PDF). ??. Impress.
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