On July 26, Intel boasts advances in manufacturing processes and roadmaps

Intel’s CEO unveiled the company’s new plans for the next generations of products and processes at the turn of March and April at the IDM 2.0 event. We’ve just shifted from spring to summer and are already planning another presentation, Accelerated. CEO Pat Gelsinger will speak (again), but this time he will take on Ann Kelleher, who works in the company as a senior vice president and general manager of Technology Development (ie head of technological development).

On July 26, the pair is set to offer us a “deeper look at Intel’s plans for manufacturing processes and encapsulation.”

We can therefore expect either some corrections to the spring Gelsinger vision or further details on the announced plans. Because it has been rumored since IDM 2.0 that the 7nm process is not going as smoothly as it might seem, Intel will have the space to refine or refine this information. We will practically certainly hear about products for 10nm and 7nm production; no new 14nm generation is expected anymore.

We can talk about this year’s products as CPU Alder Lake for desktops and laptops, Tiger Lake-refresh for notebooks, GPU Xe / HPG / DG2 for desktops and notebooks, as well as plans for next year in which Xeon server processors should appear Sapphire Rapids or computational accelerators Xe Old Bridge.


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