Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger has been chairing Intel for 11 months and hasn’t shy away from speaking out during that time. The boss of the blue team made various statements, from TSMC, which he partnered with in some areas, to its rival AMD.
Gelsinger now recounts his last 11 months at the helm of the company. posted a video. Here, of course, he did not forget to mention the 12th Gen Alder Lake launch and emphasized that they left AMD “in the rear view mirror”.
“Alder Lake. All of a sudden… Boom! We are back in the game. AMD customers [tüketici pazarında] they will be in the rear view mirror and never on the windshield again; we simply lead the market.”
Intel’s boss is referring to Alder Lake desktop processors and performance per dollar with these statements. However, we have not yet seen the impact of Alder Lake in the laptop market, which has a much larger market share besides desktop computers. The tests show that the 12th generation mobile processors will make a fast entry.
The Intel CEO says his new leadership has inspired a staggering pace of transformation and change at Intel, while the outside world is busy adjusting to new habits in business and life.
In his talk, Gelsinger talked about his plans for five manufacturing technologies over a four-year roadmap: Intel 7, Intel 4, Intel 3, Intel 20A and Intel 18A. In fact, it is stated that work continues for the Intel 4 process, known as 7nm, and a start will be made in the first period of 2025.
The leader of the blue team is confident right now, but AMD has not fired its final bullet yet. CEO Lisa Su talked about the Ryzen 7 5800X3D processor, which the company calls the number one gaming CPU, and 3D V-Cache technology. We will also meet the new Zen 4 architecture and AM5 platform in late 2022. But whoever wins the war, competition always benefits the end consumers.
Source: Technopat by www.technopat.net.
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