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Intel 2020s Process Technology Roadmap: 10nm+++, 3nm, 2nm, and 1.4nm for 2029

Intel’s process technology roadmap reveals decade-out plans, including a future 10nm+++ node and even a 1.4nm node heading into 2029.

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Intel Unveils the Tremont Microarchitecture: Going After ST Performance

Intel unveils the Tremont microarchitecture, its next-generation low-power small x86 core.

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Intel Spring Hill: Morphing Ice Lake SoC Into A Power-Efficient Data Center Inference Accelerator

First detailed at Hot Chips 31, Intel Spring Hill morphs the Ice Lake SoC into a highly power-efficient data center inference accelerator.

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A Look At The Ice Lake Thunderbolt 3 Integration

At look the Ice Lake Thunderbolt 3 integration, Intel’s biggest integration since the graphics on Sandy Bridge.

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Intel Launches 10th Gen Ice Lake Lineup: 11 New Mobile Chips

Intel launches 10th Generation Core based on the Ice Lake microarchitecture with a lineup of 11 new mobile chips with a turbo of up to 4.1 GHz

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Intel Sunny Cove Core To Deliver A Major Improvement In Single-Thread Performance, Bigger Improvements To Follow

Intel disclosed additional details about their upcoming Sunny Cove core, claiming a large improvement in single-thread performance.

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Intel Announces 10th Gen Core Processors Based On 10nm Ice Lake, Now Shipping

Intel announces 10th Generation Core based on the 10nm Ice Lake Chips which are now shipping to OEMs.

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Leaked Intel Server Roadmap Shows Sapphire Rapids With DDR5/PCIe 5.0 For 2021, Granite Rapids For 2022

A leaked roadmap of Intel server processors reveals some new details about their next-generation Sapphire Rapids and Granite Rapids processors.

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Ice Lake Brings A New CPU, GPU, IPU, and I/Os, To Follow By Tiger Lake Next Year

A look at Ice Lake mobile CPUs which bring a new CPU core, a new Gen11 GPU, and a new 4th Gen IPU as well the new roadmap detailed by Intel at their recent investor meeting which includes Xeon Sapphire Rapids CPUs and 7nm Xe Data Center GPGPUs for 2021.

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Intel Process Technology And Packaging Plans: 10nm in June, 7nm in 2021

An outline of Intel’s process technology and packaging plans including their 10nm and 7nm nodes as discussed at the company’s recent investor meeting.

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