Intel’s Meteor Lake chip for 2023 is now enabled

We have occasionally heard about Meteor Lake, Intel’s latest architecture. A tape-in ​​process was announced last May, and this year Intel has finally confirmed that the Meteor Lake is indeed in enabled mode.

In a recent statement, Intel’s CEO stated that “Intel 4 Meteor Lake has now successfully launched Windows, Chrome and Linux. The speed with which the team was able to reach this milestone is an important sign of the health of both Meteor Lake and our Intel 4 process technology.”

Regardless of how exciting this progress may seem, let us know that being enabled doesn’t mean launch is guaranteed. The Ponte Vecchio started launching in January last year and is far from being officially launched. So far, the sampling process for customers has just begun. The Meteor Lake will likewise take its time and will be launched in 2023.

“Intel 4 Meteor Lake has now successfully booted Windows, Chrome and Linux. The speed with which the team was able to reach this milestone is an important sign of the health of both Meteor Lake and our Intel 4 process technology.”

— Pat Gelsinger, CEO of Intel

These processors will be the first of their kind; they will be the first with a consumer architecture that comes with a tiled approach to chip design. It will use Intel’s Foveros technology and as for the computer tile, it will have Intel 4 process architecture.

Via VideoCardz

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