Intel has launched its 10th generation core processors. Codenamed Ice Lake, the processors are capable of handling advanced AI tasks on personal computers.
Computer system housing the first batch of processors from the latest line will be available in the market at the time of holiday season according to the report.
The computer chips also feature Intel iris Plus graphics card for better multimedia capabilities in full high definition and Intel Wifi 6 for faster wireless connectivity.
The Intel Thunderbolt 3 platform, a plug-in port, which helps to transfer data eight times faster than the USB 3.0, will be compatible with the 10th generation core processors.
The new line of computing chips shows improved performance in procession AI, connectivity, and graphics.
The processors are coded with Intel deep learning boost, an instruction set that facilitates the processing of neural networks to enable the tasks such as photo indexing, automated image enhancements, and other effects.
“With broad-scale AI for the first time on PCs, an all-new graphics architecture, all integrated into the SoC (system-on-chip) thanks to Intel’s 10 nanometre process technology and architecture design, we are opening the door to an entirely new range of experiences and innovations for the laptop,” said Chris Walker, corporate vice president, Intel.
The Ice Lake processors drew upon developments made in the project Athena Open labs. The innovation program was launched earlier this year and was followed by a framework specifically set out for the PC manufacturers to follow in order to develop some of the next-gen laptops.