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Intel Skylake delay to hurt Windows 10 laptop demand?

Posted on Friday, October 31 2014 @ 14:18:35 CET by


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DigiTimes writes Intel's decision to delay its Skylake processors from early Q3 2015 to late Q3 2015 or early Q4 2015 will hurt demand for Windows 10 notebooks. The new architecture is delayed to make it overlap less with Broadwell.
The Skylake series is Intel's next-generation CPU platform, following the existing Broadwell. Because mainstream Broadwell-based processors will not be released until early January 2015, Intel has decided to postpone Skylake processors' ready to market (RTM) schedule to avoid the new CPU platform from impacting the lifecycle of notebooks using the mainstream Broadwell processors.

Intel has set the RTM schedule for the Skylake to the 37-47th weeks of 2015 (the end of August to the end of October). If the plan is unchanged, Skylake-based notebook models are expected to become available in the retail channel at the end of September, at the earliest, as the upstream supply chain normally takes another 4-5 weeks after CPUs' releases before shipping out end products.




 



 

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