Intel has previously announced that it will officially launch the 11th generation mobile Core processor, code-named Tiger Lake, on September 2 at 9 a.m. local time (0:00 BST) in the U.S., manufactured using a 10nm process, integrating the new Willow Cove CPU architecture, Xe GPU nuclear display architecture, and supporting deeper AI. Starting on the 17th of this month, hotChips 2020, the semiconductor chip industry’s annual event, will be held, Intel, AMD, NVIDIA, IBM, ARM, Marvell and many other giants will be showing their latest products and technologies.
Among them, Intel has planned up to seven keynotes and sharing sessions, including lead architect Raja Koduri’s keynote “No Left Behind Transistor”, which appears to focus on Intel’s progress and philosophy in semiconductor processes, as well as its GPU-based line, with Xe architecture and Intel discrete graphics design and planning expected to be mentioned.
In addition, Intel will be released in advance of the release of the Tiger Lake SoC, Xe GPU architecture design, this will be their secret first public disclosure, the technology house is definitely not to miss.
Agilex FPGAs, next-generation Xeon-enabled extensible processors are also among the shares, but it’s unclear whether the released 14nm Cooper Lake will be the 10nm Lake in the second half, or next year’s 10nm Sapphire Rapids, which looks the most likely Ice Lake.
PS: Intel this time prepared 7 events, “poison tongue” ofmedia and netizens have also opened the mode of flirtation:
– Intel is so self-confessed and has a good sense of humor. No transistors are given up, but 7nm has given up Intel transistors.
– 7? It is hoped that the event will not be postponed for 6-12 months.