Intel Vice President Gregory Bryant said the company is not opposed to competing with AMD and ARM, because its presence speaks of the development of the PC business. The presence of “big players” in the market means an opportunity to make money.
We have always said that only the paranoid survive. I take all competitors, whether Apple or other rivals, Qualcomm, MediaTek or AMD, very seriously. Whenever you have good business growing, there will be competition.
We are fully committed to competition and growth. We are happy with our work and our roadmap.
Intel’s roadmap includes mobile Tiger Lake-H processors alongside Rocket Lake-S desktop chips in the first half of next year. In the second half of 2021, it will be the turn of the 12th generation Alder Lake CPU.
According to Bryant, the computer market is reviving amid the pandemic. The growth of laptops, PCs and accessories for them is observed. Intel expects this trend to continue in the future.