Intel has announced its “Vision 2024” event, slated for April 2024, & will serve as a guide to what we should expect from Chipzilla in the coming year.
Intel’s Vision Event Holds Immense Importance In The Industry As It Defines The Company’s Approach in the Future, 2024’s Event in April
Intel has held its Vision event, which is part of the “ON” series, for quite a few years now, and the event mainly focuses on talking about technologies and offering insight into what’s coming from the blue team. The event holds great importance amongst the clientele and partners of Intel, as it basically is an indicator of how the company will operate in the future, based on industry trends and consumer demand. The “Vision 2024” this year is focused on being more “open-house” rather than an invitational one.
We’re excited to announce Intel Vision 2024, taking place April 8-9, 2024 in Phoenix, Arizona. Intel Vision is our premier event for business and technology executive leaders to come together and learn about the latest industry trends and solutions in AI, edge to cloud, next gen systems and the future of technology. Join Intel leaders and guest luminaries for engaging roundtables, exciting demos, and leading-edge insights to bring your technology vision to life.
Mark Your Calendar: Save the dates April 8-9, 2024. Registration opens in late January 2024. Stay tuned for more updates.
Back in 2022, we saw several projects announced such as Project Endgame, which is now licensed by Mihira AI, the startup by Intel’s Ex-executive Raja Kodur, and a list of other products. While Intel themselves haven’t revealed what to expect with Vision 2024, we are certain to hear about next-gen products.
Intel’s Meteor Lake CPUs launch next month and the company will plan to accelerate the launch of its next-gen Arrow Lake chips by 2024-end so we can expect those to be there. Besides that, Intel is picking up the pace in the AI segment with its Gaudi accelerators being a viable alternative to GPUs from NVIDIA. The company will also be approaching the launch of its first E-Core-only CPUs known as Sierra Forest so we can expect them to be discussed during the event too. It will definitely be a jam-packed event so expect lots of unveils and announcements.
News Source: Intel