VentureBeat October 1, 2023
Dean Takahashi

Intel threw a lot of information at us a couple of weeks ago at its Intel Innovation 2023 event in San Jose, California. The company talked a lot about its manufacturing advances, its Meteor Lake chip, and its future schedule for processors. It felt like a heavy download of semiconductor chip information. And it piqued my interest in a variety of ways.

After the talks were done, I had a chance to talk to pick the brain of Sandra Rivera, executive vice president and general manager of the Data Center and AI Group at Intel. She was perhaps the unlucky recipient of my pent-up curiosity about a number of computing topics. Hopefully she didn’t mind.

I felt like we got...

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