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4 Big Changes Coming To Next-Gen Intel CPUs

From hybrid architectures to new design methodologies, the changes have already started to impact some Intel CPUs, and they will have an even greater effect in a few years.

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Intel Will Return To ‘Unquestioned Leadership’ With These Changes

While Intel is undergoing a major shakeup in its manufacturing strategy, the company has been in the midst of other major changes for how it makes CPUs.

For the past few years, the Santa Clara, Calif.-based company has been revealing new methods and approaches for designing and manufacturing processors. This includes incorporating different kinds of cores in a single processor, moving to tile-based chip designs and using new packaging technologies for bringing all the components together.

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Pat Gelsinger, the company veteran who became Intel’s CEO in February, underlined the importance of these new approaches in helping the company return to “unquestioned leadership” for CPUs by 2024 or 2025 during his March 23 address on the company’s new IDM 2.0 strategy.

“Our IDM 2.0 plans will put us on a path to restore process performance leadership and build on our leadership packaging technologies, delivering our customers leadership products in every category that we participate in, ensure superior capacity and supply resilience with flexibility leveraging our internal and external capacity, all with a superior cost structure,” he said.

What follows are four big changes coming to next-generation Intel CPUs, from new hybrid architectures and packaging technologies to new manufacturing strategies and design methodologies.

 
 
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