Over the past few years, Intel's competitors have taken many opportunities by virtue of TSMC's technological advantages, grabbing share in the desktop and server market. Intel has stabilized the desktop processor with 12 and 13 generations of Core. The server version has encountered many ticket skips, and not long ago, the fourth generation of Xeon Extensible processor codenamed Sapphire Rapids was officially launched.
Considering the current situation, Intel CFO David Zinsner admitted a few days ago that its share of server processors will continue to decline a bit in the first quarter.But then it will stabilize and even pick up in retaliation.
But then it will stabilize and even pick up in retaliation.
Among the desktop processors is the processor codenamed Meteor Lake, which is the 14th generation of Core to be released at the end of this year.All of these series will use Intel 4 process, which is the first EUV lithography process of Intel and the 4nm process of equivalent competitors.
All of these series will use Intel 4 process, which is the first EUV lithography process of Intel and the 4nm process of equivalent competitors.
In addition to process upgrades, Meteor Lake and Granite Rapids's CPU or GPU architecture will also be upgraded, with significant performance improvements and an advantage over competitors, helping Intel regain lost market share.