Hot Chips 34 will be released on August 21, 2022. The schedule for this annual fair, which shows AMD, Intel and Nvidia will be discussed, has now been announced. While there are already announced products in the program, it looks like Intel will reveal more details about the next generation Core processors.

For example, the event website states that Team Blue will share more information about Meteor Lake and Arrow Lake on August 23. Both generations use the Foveros stacking technique, which will be discussed in this session. Meteor Lake is expected to be released in the first half of 2023, and Arrow Lake in 2024.

Intel wants to combine different manufacturing processes in its next generation processors.

Meteor Lake will be Intel’s first fourteenth-generation Core processors to consist of different tiles (chips). Earlier this month, the manufacturer announced that it has a prototype that runs on Windows, Linux, and Chrome OS. Also at the VisiON event a few weeks ago, several chips were showcased with different tiles visible on them.

Sources: Hot Chips via Tom’s Hardware

Source: Hardware Info

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