back to article After spate of delays, Intel promises Sapphire Rapids Xeons for early 2023

Intel said its next-generation Xeon Scalable CPUs will launch in January of next year, shortly after a report out of Taiwan stated that mass production of the server chips was delayed to 2023. The semiconductor giant announced a January 10 launch date for the oft-delayed processors, code-named Sapphire Rapids, on Tuesday. The …

  1. Pascal Monett Silver badge

    "the delay would narrow Intel's 'leadership window' "

    Intel has no more leadership window.

    PR bullcrap is all very nice in announcements to the public and to investors, but the fact is that AMD, the once-eternal underdog, has taken first place in the technology race.

    Intel is now running behind.

    It's nice to see a change at the top.

  2. Kevin McMurtrie Silver badge

    The question is

    How fast will the chips still be in two years when vulnerability mitigations are in place?

  3. tentimes

    They are beat before they ship

    Epyc has already won

  4. squigbobble

    AMD reaping the benefits

    ...of being the first to move to an entirely chiplet lineup. Intel is still bogged down in the same painful learning period that AMD went through last decade, giving AMD time to catch up.

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