Technology Intel to deliver a 5X jump in AI in just two chip generations

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Panther Lake in 2025 will double the AI performance over Arrow Lake and Lunar Lake​

During Intel's Q4 earnings call, CEO Pat Gelsinger (via Seeking Alpha) revealed that the company is targeting a double uplift in AI performance for Panther Lake over next-generation Arrow Lake and Lunar Lake processors, which will compete against the best CPUs. Gelsinger also confirmed that Xeon Clearwater Forest processors are already in the fabs.

"The Core Ultra platform delivers leadership AI performance today with our next-generation platforms launching later this year, Lunar Lake and Arrow Lake tripling our AI performance. In 2025 with Panther Lake, we will grow AI performance up to an additional 2x," stated Gelsinger in Intel's Q4 earnings call.

Although Panther Lake will bear an impressive amount of AI performance compared to Meteor Lake, most of this 5X performance improvement comes from Arrow Lake and Lunar Lake. The two CPUs will be three times faster than Meteor Lake, and then Panther Lake will double its performance, leading to 5X better performance than Meteor Lake.
 
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Marketing 101.
:) indeed, when you are behind the competition tell the world that your upcoming product beats current generation hoping customers will postpone their investments/purchases and your competitor does not benefit that much from his advantage. Text book tech marketing mumbo
 
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