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Intel to reportedly shed more light on its 14th Gen Meteor Lake & 15th Gen Arrow Lake CPUs at HotChips 34

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At the next HotChips 34 keynote on August 23, 2022, Intel expects to discuss its 14th Gen Meteor Lake and 15th Gen Arrow Lake CPUs. Consumers and tech channels have gained some insight from the Hot Chips conference program.

Speakers from AMD, Intel, and NVIDIA will speak at the upcoming event, which will focus on accelerated computing, processor innovations, data center architecture, concepts, and advanced graphics talks. In his presentation at the conference, Wilfred Gomes, Intel’s Microprocessor Design and Technologies fellow will address Meteor Lake and Arrow Lake CPUs, as well as the company’s innovative Foveros 3D packing technique.

Intel’s new architectural technology designs aren’t expected to be fully released for another year or two, but the company has already revealed that the architecture incorporates hybrid tiling and disaggregated IP blocks. The new designs will focus on external N3 process technology and will use Intel 4 and 20A process technologies. Meteor Lake and Arrow Lake are expected to run on the new platform, which is similar to what the business is doing with Alder Lake and the future Raptor Lake series.


Intel has certified that the next Meteor Lake processor will work properly on Windows, ChromeOS, and Linux. This cross-platforming preparation is critical for the next year’s development of the two new architectures. Meteor Lake will begin shipping to consumers next year, according to the company. According to the company, the first focus will be on their mobile platform, followed by desktop chips with 125W of performance.

Intel has touted its robust and high-performance Xe-HPG gaming architecture

The future Arrow Lake-P, the company’s largest and most significant line, will be available in 2024 for small and lightweight computer systems. Arrow Lake-P will have over three times the processing power of the present Alder Lake series, thanks to its 320 Execution Unit. Intel is also focusing on graphics quality and technology in the forthcoming 14th and 15th Gen Cores.

Along with Wilfred Gomes, Jim Gibney of AMD will speak about the AMD Ryzen 6000 series processors, and Hugh Mair of MediaTek will speak about the Dimensity 9000 smartphone SoC. Intel’s Praveen Mosure will speak on the next-generation Intel Xeon D 2700 and 1700 edge processors.

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Nivedita Bangari
Nivedita Bangari
I am a software engineer by profession and technology is my love, learning and playing with new technologies is my passion.


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