Intel is quite happy about how well it has done with its transition to a new processes. It is still enjoying the success of its P1266, the 45nm process that they started back in 2007 and by the middle of this year it already plans to introduce the 32nm process codenamed P1268.
Since Intel will do its best to continue its tick-tock strategy to bring a brand new core every odd year and a smaller, yet derived one every even year, with this in mind you can expect P1270 process and 22nm products in 2011. Intel has already revealed this plan publicly and plans to stick with it.
Since this is not enough and Intel wants to keep winning, it plans to introduce P1272 and 16nm CPUs in 2013 and probably 11nm in 2015 and so on. One thing is certain, Intel’s roadmap and execution in the last few years has been delivered with deadly efficiency.