Intel is planning a 144-core CPU, but you probably won’t be able to buy that anyway

Intel updated its Xeon roadmap yesterday during a virtual DCAI (Data Center and AI Investor Webinar), confirming that it is working on a 144-core Xeon processor currently called Sierra Forest and the first by 2024. Expected to come in half year. What is surprising is that Intel is looking to launch a few more Xeon products soon after Sierra Forest, Emerald Rapids (in Q4 2023) and Granite Rapids.

The other half surprise is that Intel is embracing performance/efficiency cores at the data center level, which makes sense because that’s what the market is demanding. We do know that AMD will launch 128-core Bergamo CPUs based on the Zen 4c architecture later this year.

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