Intel to reveal roadmap during July 26 webcast

intel graphicsIntel announced that Pat Gelsinger (CEO) and Dr. Ann Kelleher  (technology Department head) will discuss Intel’s process and packaging innovations on an upcoming webcast that will happen on July 26th.

The spokesman will talk and provide a deeper look at the process and packaging roadmaps for Intel. As we know Intel is planning to expand its production capabilities, outsource some of its technologies and offer foundry services to other chip design companies.

The strategy will also include a shift to a 7nm process and Intel’s effort to set itself again as leader of CPU performance by 2024.

There is also a chance that we will hear exact plans for Intel in the next three or four years.

Intel didn’t reveal much else about what Gelsinger and Kelleher plan to discuss during the webcast. The event will be streamed on July 26 at 2 pm PT via the Intel Newsroom; it will also be available to watch on-demand after the stream ends.

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