Intel 10nm is arguably the toughest generation of craft in its history, and the first generation of Cannon Lake has been cancelled, but is still immature enough to stay on a thin laptop on the mobile side. According to current intelligence, early next year we will see the 10nm game version of Tiger Lake-H, the desktop version of Rocket Lake, and according to previous official information, the second half of this year will be the first introduction of 10nm of the top server platform, coden named Ice Lake-SP.
However, according to the latest news, 10nm Ice Lake-SP has been postponed from the fourth quarter of this year to the first quarter of next year, the exact time is not known.
As a result, demand for servers will be very weak in the fourth quarter of this year, and manufacturers are cutting orders and waiting for Intel’s new platform.
Intel originally announced a wave of 10nm products at CES 2019, including Ice Lake-SP, which would be at least two years apart if it were to be released in the first quarter of next year.
Ice Lake-SP, like the previously released Cooper Lake, is a third-generation, scalable platform for single/two-way, four-eight-way markets, with exposures showing up to 38 core 76 threads, supporting up to 16, eight-channel The DDR4-3200 memory and the second generation of Attenante persistent memory support up to 64 PCIe 4.0, LGA4189 (Socket P4) package interfaces, and thermal design consumes up to 270W.
Further, Intel has a next-generation Sapphire Rapids, also a 10nm process that is expected to support DDR5 memory, PCIe 5.0 bus, CXL 1.1 heterogeneous interconnection protocol, and AMX Advanced Matrix Extension AI acceleration.
Sapphire Rapids had expected shipments in the second half of 2021, but now Ice Lake-SP has postponed it until next year, and Sapphire Rapids is likely to do the same.