After discovering Intel’s plans for 2030 and beyond, which promise to reach chips with a trillion transistors by the end of the decade, today comes the announcement that the giant of Santa Clara will unveil its roadmap for the consumer sector during a webinar next week.
The event seems to have become necessary after the marked decline in the market for PCs and their components, which it has hit Intel hard, since the company is the largest microprocessor manufacturer in the world. At the moment, on the other hand, the future prospects for the sector clients we still know very little about Intel.
In the second half of 2024, the company wants start production of 1.8nm CPUstaking advantage of the proprietary 18A node, but before then it should also release the 14th generation Intel Meteor Lake processors, arriving at the end of 2023, and the Arrow Lake CPUs, due for release in 2024. Recently, however, the company has (strategically?) avoided talking about Lunar Lake CPUsarriving in 2025.
At the same time, there are numerous leaks that speak of a Raptor Lake CPU refreshes of the thirteenth generation, the latter arriving in September 2023 and which could replace Meteor Lake, postponing all the company’s scheduled releases by one year. At the moment, therefore, the Road map for the future of Intel processors seems more uncertain than ever.
The webiner, which will be hosted by Intel Executive Vice Presidents Michelle Johnston Holthaus and Christoph Schell, will therefore shed light on the proposals of Team Blu for the next few years, both on the CPU and GPU side, and possibly also provide some additional information on the Sapphire Rapids line of server chips.