A significant change to Intel’s high performance computing roadmap gives competitors AMD and Nvidia plenty of time to grab market share.
Intel has a pair of processors called CPU Max and GPU Max. Both feature high bandwidth memory (HBM) on the die which greatly increases performance. The successor to the GPU Max, known as Rialto Bridge, was due later this year or early next year.
Instead, Intel cancelled Rialto Bridge, and its successor – Falcon Shores – isn’t coming until 2025. Longer term, Intel plans to have one processor, called an XPU, that will combine CPU and GPU cores on one die, but that will come after Falcon Shores.
Source:: Network World – Data Center