Day Architecture of Intel Also provided us with some juicy teasers for the server world of 2020 - with a demonstration of the Ice Lake family products
For those of you who follow me Intel And its road maps, there seems to be a few more steps that the chip giant wants to make on its way to a new production process in the world of server processors. We know right now Skylake Is the dominant architecture, the very one that spends more time with us than 2016. We know that in the near future we will also be able to see Cascade Lake and Cooper Lake, but it seems that the transition between new architectures is going to be pretty fast.
Remember the Sunny Cove cover? It seems that Intel really wants to implement these new production methods in the process of 10 nanometers to the world of servers as quickly as possible.
The use of new architecture and a different production process will ensure that Intel can in the field increase the size of the processors physically as well as the number of cores they can implement in these processors. It is very possible that processors with 64 cores, just like in its competitor will become commonplace and may seem larger numbers than those already by the end of the year 2020.
This makes us wonder what will happen to The same core 48 processor Intel wants to launch into the business world And ambitious. It seems that Intel is not talking about certain plans it has presented in the past, and that there is a sense of frequent changes recently apparently due to the increasing competition from the side AMD. Also in the server sector Intel Heats motors.