Intel is confident in the impact its upcoming server chip offerings, Sierra Forest and Granite Rapids, will have on the server market. The two chips, due out in 2024, will provide Intel with the opportunity to turn the tide in the fiercely competitive server market, where it has been losing ground to rival chipmaker AMD in recent years.
Intel’s Chief Financial Officer, Dave Zinsner, expressed his optimism regarding the chips’ impact during a speech at the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media and Telecom conference last week. He noted that Intel is “working hard to differentiate ourselves” and confident that these new products will “put Intel back in a leadership position.”
The chips will feature the latest in server technology, including the latest Intel Xeon processors for enhanced performance and improved energy efficiency. They will also support the latest in Intel’s software development technologies, allowing customers to develop more advanced applications for their data centers.
Intel’s new chips are also designed to be scalable, allowing customers to easily increase their computing power as their needs grow. This scalability is expected to appeal to enterprise customers, who have come to depend on the performance and reliability that Intel’s server chips have provided for many years.
Many industry analysts are optimistic that Intel’s upcoming chips will make a positive impact on the server market. “This could be a game changer for Intel,” said analyst Bob O’Donnell of Technalysis Research. “If Intel can keep up with AMD in terms of performance and price, they’ll be well positioned to take back some of the market share they’ve lost over the past few years.”
Only time will tell if Intel’s upcoming server chips will be able to turn the tide in the server market, but the company is certainly confident that they will. With customers eagerly awaiting the release of the chips, Intel is sure to make a big splash when the time comes.