IBM built the world’s first “2nm process” chip

According to IBM, its 2nm architecture can use 25% of the power with the same performance as the existing 7nm, which means that if it is put in a modern mobile phone, it may only need to be charged once in four days. Or, it can also increase the performance by 45% under the same energy consumption as the existing 7nm, which may bring higher computing power in scenarios where electricity is less concerned, such as notebooks and self-driving cars.