Intel confirms Tiger Lake virtual launch event on September 2nd

Published: Aug 5th 2020, 19:45 GMT   Comments

Intel Tiger Lake launch confirmed

Intel has now confirmed that invitations sent out to the media last month were indeed related to the Tiger Lake launch. This is of course not surprising, considering Intel has actively teased the upcoming launch for weeks now.

Intel’s investor relations website now confirms that on September 2nd we should expect a virtual Tiger Lake launch event, as expected. The event will be live-streamed and the link will be published by Intel before it begins.

Intel Tiger Lake is the upcoming mobile processor architecture featuring 10nm process technology. The series will succeed Ice Lake processors. The most significant change to the architecture is the Xe Graphics integrated into the CPU. This will be Intel’s first products to feature Gen12 Xe Graphics.

The event will take place on September 2, 2020 at 12:00 PM ET.

Raja Koduri to provide “updates”

Intel is also planning another live-streamed event, but this time with Raja Koduri as a host. Koduri has recently been appointed to lead the development of Intel architecture and software strategy. He is also responsible for Intel’s dedicated graphics product portfolio. A portfolio we are yet to see.

The webcast with the update from Koduri is now planned for August 13 (09:00 AM ET)

Source: Intel investors website via @steakandchickn

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