Intel Unveils EMIB Chipset Capable Of Transmitting Data At Gigabytes Per Second Speed


Intel is a renowned player in the computer CPU business. The company recently launched its 10th Gen Intel processors, which are now based on 10nm fabrication. Besides designing computer CPUs, the brand also invests a lot in R&D to improve next-generation computation and the Tiny Intel EMIB chip is its latest innovation.

Intel Unveils EMIB That Let's Two Chipsets Talk


What Is EMIB? And What Are Its Applications?

Most of the processors and chipsets inside smartphones and computers are made using complex circuits that pack-in a lot of components like CPU, GPU, modem, IO, and memory. All these sub-components are interconnected to each other in a nanometer circuitry.

The Intel EMIB chipset is slightly bigger than a grain of rice that helps chipset subcomponents to communicate with one another. It lets a huge chunk of data to flow from one part of the chipset to another at several gigabytes per second. The main-image of the picture compares the size of the EMIB chipset with a grain of basmati rice placed on a human finger.

The company claims that the Intel EMIB is already present on more than 1 billion devices across the portfolio and this number will increase substantially in the coming days. The newly launched Intel's Ponte Vecchio GPU is one of the first mainstream products that ships with EMIB technology.

Intel also claims that with the EMIB technology, the brand can overcome some of the challenges faced by the interposer. The company also claims that the EMIB chip is cost-efficient and also offers 85 percent more bandwidth compared to its predecessor. The EMIB chipset might is sure to become a standard on a wide range of chipsets like GPU, CPU, 5G processing, and laptops.

Going one step further, Intel also claims that next-generation EMIB technology might offer double or triple bandwidth, which will further increase the performance of computation devices by a huge margin.

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