Intel will unveil 9th-generation Core family member on August 21

Intel will unveil 9th-generation Core family member on August 21

In addition to the planned unveiling of its 8th-generation Core processors on coming Monday, August 21; Intel Corp. may introduce the world to one member of its 9th-generation Core family, called Ice Lake.

In a newly-released abrupt note on its website, Intel described the new technology, confirming that the 8th-generation Intel Core processor family would be succeeded by Ice Lake processor family.

The chip giant stated on its official website, “The Ice Lake processor family is a successor to the 8th-generation Intel Core processor family. These processors utilize Intel’s industry-leading 10nm+ process technology.”

Intel, over the past year, moved on the so-called “tick-tock” cadence, introducing a chip on a new process technology, and then redesigning the chip for faster performance on a new architecture.

The company’ Broadwell 14nm processors were introduced in 2014 and 2015, followed by the Skylake family of processors in 2015 and 2016. Then the company unexpectedly introduced a third 14nm processor called Kaby Lake, and announced plans to introduce a fourth 14nm processor, expected to be called “Coffee Lake,” on 21st of August.

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