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Intel: 14th Gen Meteor Lake Compute Tile Powers On, Performs Well

Intel this week said that it successfully powered on a compute tile of its next-generation Meteor Lake processor that is expected to hit the market sometime in 2023. The compute tile is the company’s first fairly complex chip made using its Intel 4 (I4) fabrication process, which indicates that the node is rather healthy two years before its commercial deployment. Intel said that the chip demonstrated performance in line with its expectations for this phase of the CPU development cycle.

“On Intel 4, we had taped out our compute tile for Meteor Lake and this quarter it came out of the fab and powered up within 30 minutes with outstanding performance, right where we expected it to be,” said Pat Gelsinger, chief executive of Intel, at the company’s earnings call this week. “All told, this is one of the best lead product startups we have seen in recent memory, which speaks to the health of the process.” 

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