At the launch of Intel Ivy Bridge nobody would have thought such a failure, yet the company of Santa Clara has some difficulty in selling products with the new processors to 22 nm, probably due to the crisis that affects primarily consumers. Intel, though, is not discouraged and puts his hopes on the future generation, Notebook Haswell, who should be released on the market in 2013 and on whose performance bet to reverse the market trend and significantly increase its turnover.
According to some sources close to the company of Santa Clara, Intel would have invited six major computer manufacturers to discuss his plans on Haswell. The technologies that will be integrated in the future Intel platform make it rather complicated the adoption and integration, but the meeting with six vendors including Hewlett-Packard (HP), Lenovo, Dell and Acer-might dissolve some doubts and simplify development projects of Intel Haswell.
Notebook Haswell Intel, HP, Lenovo, Dell and Acer are discussing
According to rumors the R & D team of six producers would be ready to conduct tests for the transition to the new platform, thereby respecting the deadline of April 2013, the date on which Intel will complete the development of processors Haswell-based chipsets and 8 Series. Remember that future will offer improvements in CPU power, speed and energy consumption, allowing Intel to compete with ARM processors. In addition to tablets and Smartphones, in fact, will be conducted primarily to Haswell the third generation of ultrabook to block the advance of ARM in the notebook.