Intel CEO to Unveil the 15th Gen Arrow Lake CPUs (Core Ultra 2) at Computex in June

Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger will be a keynote speaker at Computex 2024 on June 4. The TAITRA (Taiwan External Trade Development Council) announcement highlights the shift to an AI-centric theme evident across the industry. Gelsinger is expected to unveil the 15th Gen Arrow Lake desktop processors (likely called Core Ultra 2). The cloud-centric Xeon Sierra Forest lineup with up to 288 cores will also be shown off. Last but not least, the Intel Gaudi accelerator will also be detailed, highlighting its advantages over traditional GPGPUs as generative AI becomes more and more widespread.

TAITRA (Taiwan External Trade Development Council) has announced Pat Gelsinger, CEO of Intel Corporation, as a keynote speaker at COMPUTEX 2024 on June 4. Embracing COMPUTEX’s theme of artificial intelligence (AI), Gelsinger will showcase Intel’s next-generation data center and client computing products bringing AI Everywhere by making the technology accessible through exceptionally engineered platforms, secure solutions and open ecosystems support.

Gelsinger will detail how Intel’s AI portfolio – including AI-accelerated Intel® Xeon®, Intel® Gaudi® and Intel® Core™ Ultra processor families – unlocks new possibilities in the data center and cloud and across the world’s network and edge applications, and how it ushers in the age of the AI PC, transforming the future of productivity and creativity. Gelsinger will also discuss how Intel Xeon processors deliver exceptional performance-per-watt efficiencies, freeing up server capacity for more AI tasks while delivering optimal total cost of ownership (TCO) and power-saving sustainability benefits.

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