But what does Ynm even mean?
It sounds like they are trying to false advertise a 1nm process with a random Y thrown in there to confuse people or something.
I searched google and I couldn't really find anything on the topic. But from what I can guess, its more like a model number because oft this:
based on its industry-leading 1Ynm process technology, which represents its second generation 19 nanometer (nm) manufacturing technology.
So, best guess is its a model number branding.
Yea for sure but they are deliberately using ambiguous naming schemes to make it sound like 1nm the way it looks to me.
Any normal company would say "19nm 2nd generation process"
I know I''m probably wrong, but when I first saw it I thought Ynm meant Yocto-Nanometer
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