New processors, GPUs, even a laptop with a foldable OLED display among Intel’s latest innovations.

Spencer Chin, Senior Editor

September 28, 2022

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Semiconductor giant Intel has had a difficult year, with stagnant earnings amidst a downturn in chip demand for PCs and servers. But the company has not lost its zest for technology development. At its Intel Innovation 2022 Keynote session Tuesday, CEO Pat Gelsinger put aside whatever negative buzz has surrounded the company to announce a slew of new products aimed at high-speed computing on different platforms.

In his opening remarks, Gelsinger said Intel would “continue to be stewards of Moore’s Law,” with the expectation that as much as a trillion transistors could reside in a chip package by the end of the decade. Gelsinger added that Intel was fully committed to the emerging trend of chiplets and system-in-package solutions encompassing multiple chip functions. He hopes to achieve this goal through an open chiplet ecosystem, aided by partnering with companies such as TSMC and Samsung.

Gelsinger also reiterated Intel’s growing commitment to emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning, demonstrating with the aid of other Intel engineers how its OpenVINO™ Developer toolkit is helping fast food chain Chipotle develop an intelligent food management system to control the allocation of ingredients to make its various menu items and provide real-time information.

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Toward the end of the keynote session, Gelsinger brought out Samsung Executive Vice President JS Choi, who showed a 17-in. foldable flexible OLED display it developed for Intel to use in a foldable laptop co-engineered with Asus.

Some of the most interesting developments from Innovation 2022 follow in the gallery.

 

About the Author(s)

Spencer Chin

Senior Editor, Design News

Spencer Chin is a Senior Editor for Design News, covering the electronics beat, which includes semiconductors, components, power, embedded systems, artificial intelligence, augmented and virtual reality, and other related subjects. He is always open to ideas for coverage. Spencer has spent many years covering electronics for brands including Electronic Products, Electronic Buyers News, EE Times, Power Electronics, and electronics360. You can reach him at [email protected] or follow him at @spencerchin.

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