Intel gains momentum with AI-enabled processors

Intel has recently disclosed that a significant number of PC manufacturers are incorporating its latest AI-accelerated processors into their products. These processors, known under the codename Meteor Lake, are specifically engineered to efficiently manage AI tasks on both laptops and desktops.

The integration of specialized AI components, namely a neural processing unit, within the central processors marks Intel’s commitment to bringing AI capabilities into the realm of everyday computing.

The widespread adoption of these AI-enabled chips by leading PC manufacturers such as Dell, Microsoft, and Lenovo signals a growing trend towards on-device AI processing. Intel is strategically positioning itself as a leader in this domain, offering specialized hardware designed for complex neural network processing tasks.

This development is just the beginning of Intel’s ambitious plans to compete with industry giants like Nvidia and AMD in the burgeoning field of AI processing. The company is currently developing a new chip, humorously named Gaudi 3, with aspirations to challenge Nvidia’s dominance in this critical market segment.

Source: Reuters

IT World Canada Staff
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