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Intel’s Roadmap and Future Products: 5 Things Partners Should Know

Intel partners should pay attention to the company's new announcements, especially its new 3D chip packaging and API software technologies, because of the new opportunities they will create for resellers, an analyst tells CRN.

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New Sunny Cove CPU Architecture, Plus New Roadmap

Intel also revealed that its next-generation Xeon server and Core client CPUs coming out next year will be based on the new Sunny Cove microarchitecture, which increases "performance per clock and power efficiency for general purpose computing tasks" over previous generations.

Sunny Cove, which will be based on Intel's 10nm process technology, can also accelerate special purpose computing tasks such as artificial intelligence and cryptography. Other features include new algorithms that reduce latency, expanded key buffers and caches for handling data-intensive workloads and "architectural extensions for specific use cases and algorithms."

According to AnandTech, Intel disclosed a new plan for the company's Core CPU roadmap, which also included a preview of the company's future Atom CPU release schedule. After the Sunny Cove Core CPU and Tremont Atom CPU come out in 2019, the Willow Cove Core CPU will follow in 2020 with a cache redesign, as well as new transistor optimization and security features. Then in 2021, Intel will release the Golden Cove Core CPU and Gracemont Atom CPU.

 
 
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