Intel has been on a wild ride and is ready to take on AMD since the release of its desktop-grade 12th Gen Alder Lake CPUs while offering huge turnovers to its investors. However, Intel has now revealed its future roadmap to 2024 and beyond at its 2022 investor day presentation.
According to the milestones presented at the investor meeting, the new Intel 7 process node will first be introduced in the markets with Intel’s server-grade Xenon processors (internally known as Sapphire Rapids) are scheduled to be released in the first quarter of 2022.
Whereas, later products which will include Emerald Rapids will be released sometime in 2023 and Sierra Forest and Granite Rapids product lines are scheduled to be released in 2024 and beyond.
Apart from the server-grade CPUs, Intel’s Client Computing Group provided investors with even more upcoming technology to look forward to by laying out its future lineup of desktop-grade Core-i Series CPUs that are scheduled to release in the next five years:
- 13th Gen Raptor Lake CPUs which are scheduled to be released in the second half of 2022 will be built on the Intel 7 (10-nanometere) process node. Intel promises to provide double-digit performance gains along with greater core and thread counts while allowing users to remain on Alder Lake’s current LGA 1700 CPU socket compatible motherboards.
- 14th Gen Meteor Lake CPUs which will be built on the upcoming Intel 4 (7-nanometer) process node, while 15th Gen Arrow Lake CPUs will be built on the upcoming Intel 20A (2-nanometer) process node is scheduled to ship sometime in 2023 and 2024 respectively and will use Intel’s new ‘foveros’ packing technology. This generation of CPUs will focus on providing even better computing, AI and Graphic Performance.
- Finally, the 16 Gen Lunar Lake CPUs that will focus on providing better performance per watt will be released sometime in 2024 and will be built using Intel’s 18A node which is expected to be based upon a 1.8-nanometer process.
Last but not the least, Intel also revealed information about its highly anticipated Arc ‘Alchemist’ GPUs; of which Intel expects to ship upwards of 4 million units in 2022 alone which includes both integrated as well as desktop-based discrete graphic cards. These new GPUs are scheduled to hit the shelves in the first quarter of 2022.
Furthermore, the “Celestial,” Intel Arc’s ultra-enthusiast tier of GPUs, are said to be in development, however, no timeline has been disclosed at the moment.
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