- Apr 27, 2000
I think some of us are still feeling sore over Intel's infamous 10nm launch in 2017. Nobody wants Meteor Lake to be another Cannonlake, yet . . .My point was simply that the claims of MTL in Q4'23-Q1'24 are, at this point, complete speculation, given Intel's last statement on the matter (and after the 7nm delay) is that they'd ship a year earlier than that.
When will MTL actually ship? Darned if I know. Probably Q1'23 at best. But I feel like if someone is going to assert a full year delay from the official timeline, they should at least justify that claim.
Fair enough.Then I got hammered for being too pro-Intel in an Intel thread. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Well problem is . . . like, if you tried buying IceLake-SP rackmounts two months ago, you still got an August delivery. There's really never been an earlier delivery date for IceLake-SP rackmounts from Dell, or anyone else that I can tell, unless you were a hyperscalar that got early shipments. Everything's delayed for various reasons, but 1-2 months delay on a Cascade Lake-SP system in March was April, not August. Does that make sense?I know you still can't buy Ice Lake-SP. Honestly though, 90% of everything on Dell, HP, and Lenovo's sites right now is shipping Aug-Oct. It's frustrating.
Why am I reminded of BK talking about Cannonlake launching in 2017?If you're not talking about the latter, then yes, Meteor Lake lead die PRQ will probably take place during H1'23, making Bob Swan's statement to investors 100% truthful.