As part of today’s Q1’2023 earnings announcement from Intel, the company is offering a brief update on the state of its upcoming chips and manufacturing nodes. Key among these disclosures is a status update on Meteor Lake, Intel’s next-generation client processor (and first disaggregated chiplet CPU), as well as the Intel 4 process node that it will be built upon. According to Intel, the company is on track to launch Meteor Lake in the second half of the year. And more specifically, at this point Meteor Lake is now in production and ramping alongside the new Intel 4 process. “CCG's Meteor Lake product on Intel 4 is ramping production wafer starts for an expected launch in the second half of 2023.” The basis of what we expect...
Intel 4 Process Node In Detail: 2x Density Scaling, 20% Improved Performance
Taking place this week is the IEEE’s annual VLSI Symposium, one of the industry’s major events for disclosing and discussing new chip manufacturing techniques. One of the most anticipated...129 by Ryan Smith on 6/13/2022
Intel: Meteor Lake Chiplet SoC Up and Running
Alongside Intel’s regular earnings report yesterday, the company also delivered a brief up on the state of one of their most important upcoming products, Meteor Lake. Intel’s first chiplet/tile-based...72 by Ryan Smith on 4/29/2022
AnandTech Interview with Dr. Ann Kelleher: EVP and GM of Intel’s Technology Development
It’s somewhat of an understatement to say that Intel’s future roadmap on its process node development is one of the most aggressive in the history of semiconductor design. The...13 by Dr. Ian Cutress on 2/18/2022
Bringing Geek Back: Q&A with Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger
One of the overriding key themes of Pat Gelsinger’s ten-month tenure at Intel has been the eponymous will to ‘bring geek back’ to the company, implying a return to...49 by Dr. Ian Cutress on 10/29/2021
Intel Rolls Out New Loihi 2 Neuromorphic Chip: Built on Early Intel 4 Process
We’ve been keeping light tabs on Intel’s Neuromorphic efforts ever since it launched its first dedicated 14nm silicon for Neuromorphic Computing, called Loihi, back in early 2018. In an...69 by Dr. Ian Cutress on 9/30/2021
Intel's Process Roadmap to 2025: with 4nm, 3nm, 20A and 18A?!
In today’s Intel Accelerated event, the company is driving a stake into the ground regarding where it wants to be by 2025. CEO Pat Gelsinger earlier this year stated...326 by Dr. Ian Cutress on 7/26/2021