Intel has unveiled its roadmap for processors intended for the consumer computer market. Intel has indeed presented its future processor ranges with Arrow Lake, Lunar Lake and finally Panther Lake. These processors will be released after the Meteor Lake range.
The Meteor Lake family has a release date: December 14, 2023. Its lithography is Intel 4 (the 4nm version of Intel). This range primarily targets the laptop market.
This family is intended for both desktops and laptops. The processors have been optimized in terms of consumption and performance. The launch of Arrow Lake is planned for the year 2024. The lithography used is Intel 20A (first 2 nm version from Intel).
This range is produced for the low consumption computer segment. The particularity of these processors will be the use of software that integrates generative artificial intelligence, based on Deep Learning. This will increase the acceleration capabilities of artificial intelligence. Like Arrow Lake, Lunar Lake will be a continuation of the Core Ultra series processors. The design uses Intel 20A lithography.
Production of Panther Lake processors should begin during the first quarter of 2024. The official launch is planned for 2025. The processors are engraved with Intel 18A lithography (1.8 nm). This new lithograph is one of 5 produced since 2019 (with Intel 7, Intel 4, Intel 3 and Intel 20A). The Panther Lake family processors will have performance cores with the Cougar Cove architecture. Panther Lake will be rolled out for both mobile computers, as well as desktop computers. The socket will be LGA-1851.
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