This week Intel finally released its new line of processors called Meteor Lake. The highly anticipated 14th Generation brought the company’s biggest technological advance in almost two decades, with innovations in the lithography used and the ungrouped block system. However, the new components also promise unique improvements to a very popular feature: Artificial intelligence.

Meteor Lake processors have an NPU (Neural Processing Unit) responsible for accelerating tasks involving Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. In this way, it will be possible to perform various calculations and activities faster without negatively affecting the overall performance of other applications.

Intel applications engineer Yuri Daglian commented on the innovations in an interview with Voxel during BGS 2023. According to the expert, the company’s goal is to democratize access to artificial intelligence on devices equipped with the company’s products.

“Intel will democratize access to AI around the world [arquitetura] “Meteor Lake and other products largely depend on this NPU,” says the engineer. “Thanks to this neural processing unit integrated into the CPU, we will be able to fulfill Artificial Intelligence demands with very low consumption [energético] over a long period of time – thus a number of practices that were not possible became feasible,” he concludes.

Intel Arc and the Brazilian market

In the same interview, Daglian talked about Intel Arc GPUs, which were released last year to compete with the giant and already famous AMD and Nvidia. Despite the challenges, the company’s prospects are good and it foresees growth in the sector in Brazil.

“Intel understands that it needs a long-term strategy to increase the adoption of Arc GPUs while also improving the quality of the drivers,” Daglian explains, touching on one of the company’s focuses. He says: “It’s a process, but Intel has made great strides since launch [da linha] last year”.

Finally, Daglian emphasizes the importance of the Brazilian market for the company: “This is extremely important for Intel, not just because of its size; it is the 5th largest market in terms of the number of players and generated an estimated R$ 14 billion in revenue last year,” he contextualizes. “This is a solid but very mature market, with localized support for games and a lot of public interest in launches. Intel knows this, and it also knows that it needs to support the Brazilian population in technological matters to have sufficient compatibility for these games.”

To support the market, Intel is committed to simultaneous global launches to minimize delays in the launch of its products. The company promises to become even more present in the Brazilian market in the future and provide support to national consumers.

Source: Tec Mundo

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