Intel sets the stage for “Vision 2024” event slated in April 2024

Published: Nov 12th 2023, 11:58 GMT   Comments

Intel Vision 2024 event set for April 2024

Intel Vision differs from the usual product launch events, it is not meant to provide major updates to roadmaps either. Rather, it provides attendees with the chance to interact with Intel executives in person, enabling important discussions on current and forthcoming projects. This event primarily serves as a platform for executive leaders to meet and discuss the latest industry trends. The previous year’s edition was exclusive by invitation, yet it included a keynote address from Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger.

Intel has just announced that Vision 2024 will take place in Phoenix, Arizona, next year. This event will take place between April 8 to 9th, and registrations will be open starting from late January. It appears that the company is returning to promote an open event instead of sending out invitations.

Vision 2024, Source: Intel

A bit of a reminder, at Vision 2022 Intel announced the following products: Project Endgame (now canceled and licensed to 3rd party led by Raja Koduri), Habana Gaudi2, 4th Gen Xeon Scalable, Project Apollo II, Arctic Sound-M GPUs.

At Vision 2023 Intel announced a concept of ‘Siliconomy’, showcased its innovation in AI and edge based on Nervana Neural Network Processors or Movidius Vision Processing Units, discussed ‘superpowers’ influence in development of architectures based on services and services, impacted by physics, land and economics.

Intel did not yet confirm plans for any keynote, but that seems like a formality.

Source: Intel

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