Intel’s CEO, Bob Swan, touched on the curious Alder Lake in his statement. Things are going well with Alder Lake chips, where the company will switch to hybrid processor design.
The blue team is preparing to step towards 10 nm after many years. Promising news was shared with investors, as well as the company’s financial performance data.
Record revenue for 5 years in a row
According to Intel’s latest financial data, the company also announced record revenue for the 5th year in a row. The details that concern hardware lovers are the solutions to be offered in the upcoming period.
According to Bob Swan’s statement, the Sapphire Rapids platform, developed for data centers, will be ready for production this year.
Alder Lake processors, which will be developed with an understanding similar to ARM’s big.LITTLE architecture, will be ready for production in the second half of this year.
The chips that the Gracemont and Golden Cove cores will take over according to the workload will run on LGA 1700 socketed motherboards and will emerge from the 10 nm SuperFin node where Tiger Lake processors are currently produced.
In future processors with DDR5 and PCIe 5.0 standards, we can say that the volume production phase will start shortly after the production step.