It appears to be like like Intel inadvertently posted its plans on the location and a few eagle-eyed customers like @SteakisGood (Twitter) managed to identify it. Intel first launched its 10nm-based processor again on the CES occasion in January this yr and promised to convey extra particulars.
At the time of saying its Q2 2020 monetary outcomes, Intel revealed that its rollout plans for its 7n based mostly CPUs have simply been delayed and it isn’t going to convey them to the market till later 2022 or early 2023. Intel confirmed that it’s going to proceed its concentrate on 10nm-based CPUs for PCs somewhat. So, we could hear extra in regards to the chipmaker’s plans on the CPUs based mostly on the present foundry course of.
Interestingly, there’s yet one more occasion calendar that reveals Intel has yet one more occasion to conduct and it’s scheduled for August 13. The planner reveals the occasion title that’s “Updates from our Chief Architect, Raja Kaduri.” The highlights don’t mirror what new issues the chipmaker will announce however it’s suspected to speak about its first discrete GPU, the DG1.
Come again to listen to extra about Intel’s plans on August 13 and September 2.