Intel plans until 2024 – the most important thing

In our blog, we rarely publish long-term plans: they are usually not very specific, tend to be adjusted and, in general, are of interest to experts rather than consumers. However, there are exceptions to every rule. At an event held for investors a few days ago, Intel’s management announced very interesting, in our opinion, prospects for key areas of the company’s activities.
If you are wondering how the concept of “multi-core” will be implemented in Intel Xeon server processors and when we can expect the “angstrom era” to come, welcome under cat.

So, in short, without unnecessary turns – only the most interesting about Intel’s plans for the next 2-3 years. I’ll start with the most curious thing for me personally – future generations of server processors.

Intel Xeon Server Processors

Priorities in development

Intel Xeon

persist: this is AI functionality and encryption. In these areas, maximum growth is planned in each new generation.

The next generations of Intel Xeon will have different types of cores at their disposal, the connection of which we saw in Alder Lake. Here they will be located separately: two families of processors will be released in parallel, one with productive cores (P-core), the other with energy efficient ones (E-core).

All this is very interesting, although it raises a number of questions. For example, will the division into Scalable and other families remain? Judging by the logic of development, Xeon is becoming more and more scalable with each new generation – it turns out that differentiation loses its meaning. But the details now, of course, are not so important.

Intel Core processors

For consumer Intel Core processors for PCs and mobile devices, the company’s plans are as follows.

As you can see, significant efforts of the company are now thrown into improving the technical process – technological problems at around 14 nm delayed this movement for a long time.

A complete list of announced plans can be found at Intel website.

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