Intel is scheduled to give its Industry Opening Keynote at Computex on Tuesday, May 28, where it will likely fully unveil its first 10th generation chips and further outline its Project Athena initiative. Here's how to watch it.
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Intel will have 10nm Ice lake mobile devices ready for sale before the end of the summer 2019 and has promised that it will never have major chip shortages again, with plans to ramp up 14nm and 10nm production.
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Intel may never release a competitive 10nm CPU on desktop if a new roadmap is to be believed. It suggests that Intel will rely on its 14nm process to at least 2022 and perhaps even beyond.
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Intel finally broke the ice at CES 2019, introducing their 10nm chipset, Ice Lake, said to touchdown this holiday season. New Coffee Lake CPUs, hybrid Lake Field CPUs, and artificial intelligence all made onstage appearances.
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Intel chief engineering officer Venkata Renduchintala said the company’s 10mn processors won’t appear in products until the 2019 holiday season. He revealed the new launch window during Intel’s second quarter 2018 conference call.
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Lenovo's refreshed IdeaPad 330-15 has appeared sporting Intel's unannounced Core i3-8121U processor. That's one of Intel's new Cannon Lake chips based on its 10nm process technology. Mass production won't begin until 2019.
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Intel is facing continued yield problems with its 10nm hardware and as such the planned mass-production of its next-generation Cannon Lake CPUs won't begin until at least 2019, making this the second delay for this hardware.
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Intel CEO Brian Krzanich confirmed that the company is working on silicon-based fixes for Meltdown and Spectre that will be applied to products released before the end of 2018. Does that include the upcoming Cannon Lake CPUs?
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