At CES 2018 Intel announced the first series of the much anticipated Core i5 and i7 chips with Radeon graphics. Those parts incorporate a Kaby Lake microprocessor, a Vega M GPU, and 4 GiB of HBM2 cache.
Intel has finally detailed their recently launched Goldmont Plus microarchitecture and unlike what the name suggests, this is very far from a simple refresh.
This morning Intel quietly released three Xeon Phi SKUs up to 72 cores based on Knights Mill, a Deep Learning specific derivative of Knights Landing.
At the 2017 IEDM Intel detailed their 22FFL process, a relaxed 14nm process for Intel’s custom foundry customers. 22FFL was optimized for mobile, IoT, and RF applications offering a cost competitive process with excellent performance and simple design rules.
Intel introduced their much anticipated low-power budget microprocessors codename Gemini Lake for budget embedded, mobile, and desktop devices based on the Goldmont Plus microarchitecture.