Intel 13th Gen Raptor Lake Processors to Launch at the End of September: Up to 24 Cores and a Boost Clock of Over 5.5GHz [Report]

Intel is set to launch its 13th Gen Raptor Lake-S processors during its Innovation Event at the end of September 2022. Company CEO Pat Gelsinger and CTO Greg Lavender will be the key speakers unveiling the chipmaker’s refined hybrid core architecture. The event will be held in San Jose, California on the 27th and 28th of September.


Session Tracks

Intel® Innovation 2022 AI

AI and Data Science: Productivity and Performance at Scale

Learn how Intel is partnering with the community to make it seamless for data scientists, developers, and researchers to accelerate their AI journey. Get hands-on with Intel’s extensive portfolio of framework optimizations and tools for end-to-end data science workflows, running on your choice of AI-optimized CPUs and accelerators.

Intel® Innovation 2022 client

Modern Client Computing

In this new era of Modern Client computing, PCs are more vital and ubiquitous than ever while delivering amazing experiences for Client users. New platform capabilities such as hybrid architecture, advanced AI, video conferencing, creation, and gaming have been combined with cloud-native capabilities to deliver a seamless computing experience. That’s why we are working with more than 24 million developers globally to bring these new opportunities to life – join us to learn how you can harness the power of the Modern Client!

Intel® Innovation 2022 cloud

Cloud Performance Unleashed

Learn how Intel and our fellow partners are addressing key challenges developers are facing across the cloud ecosystem. With insight into workload optimization methods, tools, and services along with techniques to better handle scale, reliability, and efficiency you can unlock your cloud’s full potential with Intel-enabled solutions and technologies.

Intel® Innovation 2022 Innovation for the future

Developing the Next Wave of Technologies for Tomorrow’s Scalable Solutions.

Join top researchers from Intel Labs to explore next-generation advancements in hardware and software, including quantum computing and neuromorphic computing, security, 5G edge services, and artificial intelligence.

Intel® Innovation 2022 IoT, 5G

Solutions to Transform the Network and Edge

IoT, 5G, and edge computing are a powerful combination, enabling new classes of applications for factories, cities, remote healthcare settings, and much more. To solve the biggest security, environmental, and connectivity challenges, Intel provides a rich suite of open source-based containerized tools and technologies supporting virtualization, real-time computing, and inference at the edge.

Intel® Innovation accelerated computing

Delivering Choice and Performance for Next Generation Solutions

Alternatives in accelerated computing are growing rapidly. Architecting applications to allow for greater choice in acceleration alternatives is critical to maximize flexibility and avoid lock-in as the solution needs change. Learn how you can apply for Intel’s work on open, standards-based accelerated computing models and tools to maximize performance, increase solution ROI and increase the time invested in innovation v. supporting complex, proprietary models.

Intel® Innovation 2022 security

Security Begins with Intel®

Complex cyber-attacks, regulatory compliance, and the constant threat of data breaches require a holistic approach to cybersecurity. Learn how Intel security technologies are protecting device integrity, safeguarding data, and increasing trust from edge to cloud, all while complying with global regulations.

Looking at the schedule, it looks like Intel will launch both the Raptor Lake client processors as well as the much-delayed Sapphire Rapids-SP lineup. Both these families will focus on increased compute density and multi-threaded performance featuring up to 24 and 60 cores, respectively. The client platform will double the efficiency core count to 16 (from 8) while also doubling the L2 cache per core. The server platform will introduce a chiplet architecture with four 20-core tiles and next-gen I/O technologies like PCIe Gen 5, DDR5, and CXL 1.1.


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