The plans to create custom graphics cores and graphics cards based on them are not disappearing, but are gaining momentum architecture Growing to fit even the most modest home solutions and the world of servers and information centers
We know the names very well Radeon and also Geforce, Quadro andtesla Which have been accompanying us for years in the parallel processing market - and now we can add another name to this list for the first time in years: Xe.
within Intel's impressive and impressive architecture conference We have received not only information about the general processing core of the new era, but also the official branding of all designated chipsets from the chip manufacturer that will arrive in stores from the beginning of 2020, as part of a new division led by Raja Kodori himself.
Technical details on products have not yet been received, naturally, but according to the slides it seems that Intel Plans Xe as a highly flexible architecture that will also be a replacement for the graphics core built into future processors after the Gen11 generation, which was also presented at the conference, for advanced gaming cards in the home market and for accelerating computing and artificial intelligence applications in the server farm and supercomputers of the future.
The philosophy of Intel In the field is creating a tool Development And unified programming that will meet all of the company's processing components, from general processing units through FPGAs and modules artificial intelligence (Nervana) to GPUs - so developers will have the opportunity to utilize all the puzzle elements in the most efficient way possible, which is not necessarily the case today when integrating different processing units from different manufacturers based on separate programming languages and tools.
Is there a chance that we will receive a larger and more significant breakdown at CES next month? This is probably true, although there is no doubt that we are waiting for a significant wait until the day when we can start deliberating between three manufacturers instead of only two when assembling the home system or choosing the new mobile system.