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Intel announced work on Rialto Bridge, a 160 Xe-core computing gas pedal that will replace the Ponte Vecchio

Intel announced work on Rialto Bridge, a 160 Xe-core computing gas pedal that will replace the Ponte Vecchio

Intel today unveiled a host of new products for high-performance computing and also lifted the veil on some future developments.
In particular, it was announced that computing gas pedals called Rialto Bridge are in the pipeline to replace Intel Ponte Vecchio gas pedals as early as next year.Essentially, Rialto Bridge will be an improved version of Ponte Vecchio - the novelty will offer more Intel Xe graphics cores, more processing power, higher input-output bandwidth, be able to do more gigatransactions per second (GT/s) and offer other improvements.
The next-generation gas pedals will also consist of multiple crystals, and some of them will inherit directly from their predecessors.So far, Intel has said that Rialto Bridge will get up to 160 Intel Xe cores, 25% more than the current Ponte Vecchio (128 cores).
At the same time, it is not specified what kind of cores will be the same as in the current Intel GPU or new cores.
Also, it is not reported what new items will have memory, but most likely a new HBM3.Also, it was said that the new items will be available in the form factor OAM v2.
Current Ponte Vecchio gas pedals also use OAM form factor.
The new version of the packaging will provide even more power to the chips.
The slide also mentions that the new product will be made as part of the IDM 2.0 strategy.

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