Intel to detail Alder Lake at Hot Chips in August

Posted on Thursday, May 20 2021 @ 15:21 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
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The next big architecture from Intel is Alder Lake. To be used for both the laptop and the desktop market, the 10nm Alder Lake will fire off some big changes like a new hybrid core design, DDR5 support, and PCI Express 5.0.

So far, Intel hasn't shared a lot of details about Alder Lake. That's expected to change over the coming months. We may hear some news next week, during the company's Computex 2021 keynote. A further technical deep dive is expected in August, at the Hot Chips 33 conference.

Intel to detail Sapphire Rapids and Alder Lake at Hot Chips 33

Each architecture will be covered by a separate session at Hot Chips 33, both on August 23rd. Efraim Rotem will discuss Alder Lake and a bit later Arijit Biswas and Sailesh Kottapalli will take over to talk about Sapphire Rapids, the next-gen Xeon.
Intel will detail its 12th Gen Core "Alder Lake" client and "Sapphire Rapids" server CPU microarchitectures at the Hot Chips 33 conclave, this August. In fact, Intel's presentation leads the CPU sessions on the opening day of August 23. "Alder Lake" will be the session opener, followed by AMD's presentation of the already-launched "Zen 3," and IBM's 5 GHz Z processor powering its next-gen mainframes. A talk on Xeon "Sapphire Rapids" follows this. Hot Chips is predominantly an engineering conclave, where highly technical sessions are presented by engineers from major semiconductor firms; and so the sessions on "Alder Lake" and "Sapphire Rapids" are expected to be very juicy. -- TechPowerUp

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