Intel has a plan to regain the lead in the chip industry in 2025



Intel is rethinking how to launch and market its new products within the chip industry.  This was demonstrated in the ad shared by CEO Pat Gelsinger at the company's Intel Accelerated event.During the announcement, the company talked about its next five-year plan.  She also talked about processing and packaging technologies for processors.  The main goal is to regain Intel control of the field by 2025.

 Intel's plan begins to emerge with its next product, the 12th generation processors.  The new 12th Gen Alder Lake processors will abandon the complex nanometer-based label.  Instead, it will adopt a new, easier and more accurate naming as described by Intel.


The chip industry and Intel's plan

This renaming will make it easier to understand the brands of chips offered by Intel.  It will also play a major marketing role.  For example, Intel processors with a precision of 10 nanometers will be called "Intel 7", and thus the name becomes easier and more competitive.

Perhaps the new designation is not accurate and may have a negative impact on the competition.  As the processors with a manufacturing precision of 10 nanometers will be called “Intel 7”, which was described as a marketing ploy against AMD only.

 Intel currently relies on 10nm manufacturing accuracy.  But this accuracy from a technical perspective will be able to compete with the manufacturing accuracy of 7 nm from other companies such as TSMC or Samsung.  Also, until now, Intel processors are still able to compete with Ryzen processors with a precision of 7 nm.

And Intel shared the roadmap for its processors for the next five years.  Which offers a renaming of the chip's manufacturing accuracy with changes to the specifications as well.


New generations of Intel processors

The next generation is called Intel 7, which will maintain the same 10nm manufacturing accuracy and will start appearing this year.  And the next generation will be called Intel 4, but it will finally offer 7 nm manufacturing accuracy, which Intel postponed its appearance to 2023 due to manufacturing difficulties.

With the current generation in mind, Intel 7 and Intel 4 will represent the second and third generations, respectively.

And Intel 4 offers a performance jump of up to 20% compared to the previous generation, and it is expected to start appearing in the second half of 2022.

And the fourth generation will be called Intel 3, and it will start manufacturing in 2023 and will also rely on 7 nm manufacturing accuracy with a higher performance of about 18%.  The last generation is called Intel 20A and will debut in 2025.


And each of these generations will introduce a new designation, as we note.  However, the new label is not the easiest, especially since it does not come with an alphabetical order, but compared to previous generations of Intel, the next five years will include a lot of improvements for the chip industry.



 

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