Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger to Showcase Next-Gen Granite Rapids and Arrow Lake Processors at COMPUTEX 2024

Pat Gelsinger, CEO of Intel will deliver a keynote on June 4th, 2024 detailing the integration of AI in Intel’s upcoming products. These new offerings include next-gen data center (Granite Rapids) and client computing (Arrow Lake) products.

While not being a full-fledged reveal or announcement, we can get a glimpse of what’s coming from Team Blue. Moreover, AMD will host a similar event a day earlier on the 3rd of June where we’ll hear more about Zen5 from Dr. Lisa Su.

Intel to Host Keynote at Computex 2024: AI-Acceleration in Intel Xeon, Intel Gaudi, and Intel Core Ultra Families

Following Computex’s general theme of AI, the focal point of this keynote will be Intel’s vision of AI for everyone. With the introduction of its own NPU, Intel is looking to make strides in the AI market, seeing NVIDIA’s success.

The event focuses on Intel’s AI portfolio including data center Xeons, Gaudi Accelerators and Core Ultra CPUs for the mainstream market. A key takeaway should be Arrow Lake’s NPU performance. If we’re lucky, we might even see a Lunar Lake sample in action as well.

  • Arrow Lake
  • Intel 20A + TSMC N3B Process Nodes
  • Lion Cove P-Core + Skymont E-Core architectures
  • Up to 24 Cores / 24 Threads
  • No Hyperthreading
  • Supported on the LGA 1851 Socket
  • Support for DDR5-6400 Memory (JEDEC)
  • Launch Expected in H2 2024

Aside from the consumer market, efficiency improvements offered by next-gen Xeon processors will also be highlighted. This is a given since Granite Rapids, tipped to offer 132 P-Cores, is built using a refined Intel 3 process with a significant performance/watt lead over Intel 4.

  • Granite Rapids
  • Intel 3 Process Node
  • Redwood Cove P-Core architecture
  • Up to 132 Cores (AP) or 88 Cores (SP)
  • Support for DDR5-6400 Memory (12 Channel)
  • Launch Expected sometime in 2024

The event is set to take place from the 4th of June to the 7th at Nangang Exhibition Center Halls 1 and 2 at Taipei, Taiwan. Apart from Intel, other notable presenters include AMD, Qualcomm, MediaTek, NXP, Supermicro, and Delta who will share their goals and ambitions in the field of Artificial Intelligence.



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