At the Intel ON Technology Innovation Summit, Intel announced that the Core Ultra 1st generation mobile processor, codenamed Meteor Lake, will be available on December 14.
According to reports, the Intel Core Ultra processor, codenamed Meteor Lake, is a turning point in Intel’s client processor roadmap: for the first time, this processor uses client die design using Foveros packaging technology. In addition to the significant improvements in performance-to-power ratio of NPU and Intel 4 process nodes, this processor also brings independent graphics-level performance by integrating Intel Sharp graphics.
It is noticed that Intel has not announced the specific model and parameter information of the Intel Core Ultra processor.
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Additionally, Intel previewed the next generation of Intel Xeon processors, with the fifth generation Intel Xeon processors set to be released on December 14th. The energy-efficient E-core processor Sierra Forest will be available in the first half of 2024. With 288 cores, the processor is expected to provide 2.5x higher rack density and 2.4x better performance per watt compared to the fourth-generation Xeon. Following the release of Sierra Forest is the high-performance performance core (P-core) processor Granite Rapids, which is expected to improve AI performance by 2 to 3 times compared to the fourth generation Xeon. Looking forward to 2025, the next-generation Xeon energy-efficient core processor, codenamed Clearwater Forest, will be manufactured based on Intel’s 18A process node.
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