The so-called “red is not many”, the front foot Intel has just clarified the 2019-2029 process road map misunderstanding, SA, Wells Fargo and so on in the report, Intel server products as a whole delayed. In response, Intel said the Cooper Lake processor for the Whitley platform will be delivered as scheduled in the first half of next year, Ice Lake in the second half and sapphire Rapids in 2021.
The official voice echoes dr. Murty Renduchintala, Intel’s chief research officer at the UBS Global Summit, that Intel will launch the Ice Lake processor, the first 10nm server solution, to the market by the end of 2020.
In fact, Cooper Lake has been nominally extended, and when Intel first disclosed its roadmap for the next three generation servers in August 2018, Cooper Lake planned to be in 2019, but at an investment conference in May this year, Cooper Lake was quietly moved to 2020. This is further confirmed by the new statement.
August 2018 Intel Open Server CPU (Xeon Xeon) Roadmap
As a result, 14nm Cooper Lake will be short enough, and only Intel’s own clear way against AMD 7nm “Rome” during this time.