Recently, Intel announced its financial results for the second quarter of 2023, with a total revenue of $12.9 billion and a net profit of $1.5 billion.
Among themRevenue from IFS contract manufacturing services reached US $232 million, an increase of as much as 307% over the same period last year!
When interpreting the financial results, Intel CEO Pat & middot; Kissinger also specifically pointed out that the performance in the second quarter exceeded the upper limit of the guidance.This is mainly due to the continued implementation of strategic priorities, including the enhancement of the development of contract manufacturing business and the steady promotion of the product and process technology roadmap.
After Intel starts the brand-new IDM mode, it continues to deepen the reform.The financial report of the contract manufacturing department has also been changed to independent accounting and participate in the market competition independently.The natural purpose is to stimulate the accelerated innovation and landing of the manufacturing process.
The natural purpose is to stimulate the accelerated innovation and landing of the manufacturing process.
Not long ago, Intel announced that it had implemented the PowerVia back power supply technology on a product-level test chip.It will be officially launched in the 20A process in the first half of 2024, and the first consumer product on the client side, codenamed Arrow Lake, is currently being launched in the fab (First Stepping).
The test results show that the test based on Intel 4 process and Meteor Lake energy efficiency core shows that PowerVia can achieve 6% frequency gain and more than 90% standard unit utilization, and the debugging time is the same as Intel 4, within an acceptable range.
The 18A process is also advancing internal and external test chips and is expected to be ready for production in the second half of 2024.
At present,ArmAn OEM agreement has been signed with Intel to develop low-power SoC chips using Intel 18A process.
Swedish telecom equipment manufacturer Ericsson Intel 18A will also be used to manufacture customized 5G system-on-chip chips.