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Intel races to defend US chip leadership from Asian rivals

Chipmaker pins hopes on 10-nm chipset but is struggling to overcome delays

TAIPEI -- Intel has released a new line of laptop CPUs that it hopes will drive revenue growth into 2021, but the company is struggling to maintain its -- and America's -- leadership in chip manufacturing against Asian rivals.

Intel is the biggest U.S. chip company by revenue and the only American microprocessor maker that still produces its own advanced designs domestically, but it has struggled with production issues and lengthy delays in recent years.

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