Simultaneously with significant changes in the engineering system of the giant company - we receive evidence for a change in the appearance of the processors.Core The future with the addition of the Evo brand
Despite all attempts to convey to us (and especially to key investors) cautious optimism about future technological advances, it is clear that the situation at Intel is not calm at all - the value of the stock has experienced a decline of about 20 percent in the past week (which allowedNVIDIA To make a detour and become the American chip company with the highest market value), the chain is busy trying to predict which product families will be transferred to production by TSMC Having no choice and the person in charge of American engineering and manufacturing at the company who was previously considered a key candidate for the position of CEO was forced to announce his departure, apparently after being perceived as the main person responsible for the recurring delays.
Despite all this hustle and bustle, there is no denying that Intel has several very intriguing ventures down the road, regardless of the lithography on which they will eventually be based - one of the main ones being the plan to create hybrid processing chips with a combination of Core and Atom cores. chip Advanced that allow a combination of different manufacturing processes and compressing an unprecedented amount of components from the motherboard together with the central unit. We got the development with the intriguing Lakefield mobile chips last month, but all the evidence suggests that Intel plans to adopt the method in both high-power portable processors and even desktop processors - presumably under an updated Evo branding that will co-exist with the brand.Core Familiar to us for more than a decade.
Applications for up-to-date trademarks from home have been unveiled across Twitter Intel Revealing a simpler and cleaner logo for the company and for the old slogan Intel Inside (in shades of blue and gray that have accompanied us alternately in the past, and without the elliptical element around the manufacturer's name), plus branding Core i3 updated - and branding for what looks like a brand new product to carry Intel Evo i5, with the requested addition 'Powered by Core' (the name of the leading core architecture waiting inside).
It is worth noting that we have met in the past with countless commercial registration applications left on the archive page and not ripe for appearance on real commercial products - but in the present case it is not difficult to imagine a situation where Intel will try to enrich its offerings with traditional Core processors. To be the future Rocket Lake family for example, with new Willow Cove cores that have been converted back from 10nm to 14nm) and modern Evo processors that combine large and advanced cores with small and efficient cores just like architecture processors ARM In the mobile world (the future Alder Lake family, in a 10-nanometer process and in the second half of next year, is set to be the first bud for this in widespread use in the stationary and mobile worlds).
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