"generally speaking, if there is a place on this planet where CPU can be sold, we want to be involved. We will not look at some of the market, and then say we are not interested in this, do not join the party. We will actively participate in competition in all fields. Over the past six to 12 months, we have experienced some supply problems on the PC side and have had to give up some low-end mobile market and some channel desktop share for the time being. However, we are continuously improving supply, and we will continue to be more aggressive in (aggressive). "
About 70 per cent of the workload over the next few years will involve AI,Intel as a bullish view, Jason Grebe said. The strongest is the core product line of Intel AI, and will create custom ASIC, for training reasoning to face the competition, and will fully enter the GPU market in a year and a half to two years later, with the complete product layout required by AI.
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