Intel CEO will respond to AMD with better products, and put pressure on NVIDIA for the first time in the GPU field
Recently, Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger and Intel CFO George Davis were interviewed by financial analyst Pierre Ferragu to tell about Intel’s strategy for x86 processors in the consumer market, clients and data centers, and introduce Intel’s future products, including Alder Lake, Diamond Rapids, and Xe HPG architecture GPUs.
Since Pat Gelsinger became Intel’s CEO, he has formulated plans for the next few years, including process node circuit diagrams, client and server products, and a large-scale entry into the discrete graphics market. Intel relies on next-generation Xeon scalable products, Ponte Vecchio, and Xe HP architecture GPUs to ensure competitiveness in the next three to four years, and will compete with AMD and Nvidia in the HPC market.
Pat Gelsinger said that Alder Lake uses a large and small core architecture, which improves efficiency and performance by configuring two different cores, which is very eye-catching. AMD’s processors are only equipped with one type of core, and Intel now also has a new GPU architecture, for the first time in history to really put pressure on NVIDIA, and Intel is currently laying out its own IPU architecture. Pat Gelsinger revealed that Intel has many projects still underway in the laboratory, far beyond what is currently discussed, and will not even be mentioned in the next few years, but “geek is back.”
Pat Gelsinger acknowledged the threat of AMD and emphasized that Intel needs to build better products. Such a strategy has not been implemented well for some time. For a period of time, Intel is lagging behind, but will soon enter a very competitive period, will have products such as Ice Lake, Sapphire Rapids, and Diamond Rapids. In the next few years from now, Intel will maintain its leading position in the field of data center and cloud computing.