Intel has announced they are not going to ship 10nm processors in high volume this year. This move seems to confirm rumors that their 10nm process still isn't up to steam and they need more time to get things right. While I'm all for getting things right I'm also impatient to get my new shiny 10nm processors and I wish Intel would get their act together sooner than later. They better hurry up before their competitors release next generation process processors. You can read the earnings report here. Intel is on solid footing, in other words, though pesky challenges remain in manufacturing its next-generation 10nm parts. Krzanich acknowledged as much during an earnings call, attributing the delay to difficulties in getting 10nm yields to where they need to be. So rather than push to ship 10nm in volume this year, Intel is giving itself some additional time to sort things out.