Again, you can't know that. Others surely spotted the inconsistencies.I know the Wells Fargo reported on it but is also citing the SA article for that. The SA article is what started this all. No one else was stating it.
I'm not exactly an industry insider, but I think it's a distinction without a difference. I think you don't ship for production before ramping volume. If anything, the volume ramp should happen slightly in advance of when you start shipping for production.The main difference I see between your slides is on states shipping the other states Volume Production. Could mean nothing or could mean they will ship the product in 1H 2020 with full volume production expected in 2H 2020.
Regardless, they're now saying production begins in 2H 2020. So, forget about what "volume ramp" means, we have public statements from multiple Intel representatives that are now saying production shipments will happen later than the slide did.
And my slides? They're from this article! Don't tell me you didn't even read past the SemiAccurate reference! If you expect anyone to take you seriously, you need to do better than that.
Above, you can see that I honestly forgot about the SA reference, because the article quickly moved past that and into the real evidence of the slippage - the public statements and the slides.