Raja Koduri has confirmed that Intel will be doing some sort of Architecture Day 2.0 event early in 2020. That would put it just over a year after the previous Architecture Day even where Raja, Jim Keller, and Murthy Renduchintala introduced its new Foveros chip packaging tech, the new Sunny Cove CPU architecture, and spoke about its plans for discrete graphics processing.
The previous event happened in December in Santa Clara, but we’re not really expecting too much in the way of new info this side of the new year to necessitate a similar outing. Desktop Comet Lake chips are unlikely to roll out before 2020 at this rate, not with the Core i9 9900KS only hitting the shelves in October, and we’re already starting to see 10nm Ice Lake machines being released.
But 2020 is going to be a big year for the big blue chip maker. There’s Comet Lake, which will only be of interest to you if you have an interest in an Intel 10-core, or the company decides it needs to start slashing prices in the face of Ryzen; but the biggest splash will be made by Intel’s 2020 Xe graphics silicon.