Intel’s Innovation Event 2022 takes place in San Jose California and featuring a keynotes by CEO Pat Gelsinger, which should mention Intel’s 13th generation Raptor Lake desktop client CPU. We are updating as the event begins at 12PM Eastern Standard Time:
12PM: Event Starting
12:10 PM: Intel will have Intel 7, Intel 4, Intel 3, Intel 20A, and Intel 18A process technologies, and by the end of the decade aims to hit 1Trillion transistors in a chip. They will works with Tower Semiconductor to move forward enhancing their foundries. They will work at wafers, packaging, software, chipsets in what they call Systems Foundry.
12:11 PM: Work towards chiplet architecture, with more than 80 companies including Samsung, AMD, TSMC, TI, GlobalFoundries, and others to create the UCIe (Universal Chiplet) ecosystem.
12:14 PM: Intel wants to push University Suttle Program to develop new technologies
12:15 PM: Intel announces their new CPU. Flex 170 and Flex 140 Datacenter GPUs.
Sapphire Rapids 4th Generation Xeon:
12:19 PM: Intel’s A770 XeSS client graphics card also introduced. Will be available October 12, 2022 at $329 with cards on the way to reviewers right now.
12:35 PM: Intel working with PreciTaste and OpenVINO to help Chipotle optimize their real-time inventory and accuracy by tracking ingredients at the Edge using Intel CPU and integrated GPU processing power coordinated by OpenVINO.
12:38 PM: CEO Intel is now Inside Chipotle.
12:40 PM: Inflexion Games Nightingale running on Unreal Engine 5 demoed running four instances at the same time on the single networked client without frame rate drops typically experienced when running multiple clients for debugging, thanks to Intel technology.
12:45PM: Intel 13th Generation coming in October 2022. Enhanced P-core for single thread performance and E-core for more intensive workloads as well as increased cache. Going up to 5.8GHz. Next year a 6GHz out of the box SKU.
12:51 PM: Gaudi 2 Deep Learning Processor introduced
12:52 PM: Solution to allowing all devices to communicate utilizing Samsung Display technology. A sliding screen that can expand in size with perfect picture! It looks like a folding display that slides out instead of folds out (it might just be a very foldable display that tightly folds around the back of the device and ends up sliding out).
12:55 PM: Intel Unison can project image and extend its display from a 13″ tablet to the 17″ slidable display.
12:58 PM: Intel moving a focus from electrons to photons and pushing optical high-bandwidth low-power communication fabric through an in-package connector. Silicon photonics chip enable optical data transmissions directly into silicon.
1:09 PM: Linus Torvalds presented with the first Intel Innovation Lifetime Achievement Award.
Event can be rewatched here.