Intel’s first product in the Axon line will be released in October, 2018.
Intel announced that the Axons Core Processor and Intel Xeon E5 chips will be arriving at retail starting in October.
The Axon chips are based on Intel’s new 10nm process technology and are intended for use in server chips.
Intel has previously said that the next generation of processors will use 10nm technology, but this is the first time Intel has said that it will be using the new technology.
Intel’s announcement that it would be using 10nm in the future was first reported by DigiTimes.
Intel’s Axons 10nm processors will feature a 2.6GHz Intel Core i5-8100 and 4MB of L3 cache.
Intel is also planning to offer a range of additional CPUs based on the new process technology.
These processors will be based on 20nm or 28nm technology and will feature two CPU cores, four CPU threads, 16MB of RAM, a SATA 6Gb/s interface, a PCI-E 3.0 x16 slot, a PCIe x1 slot, and a PCIe 3.1 x4 slot.
The Intel Xeon Phi chips will include a quad-core, 64-bit processor with 4MB or 8MB of virtual memory, and support up to 32TB of flash storage.
Intel is expected to offer up to four Xeon Phi CPUs with a maximum of 64GB of RAM and up to 16TB of hard drives.
Intel will also offer Xeon Phi processors that are optimized for server applications, and it is expected that this will include Xeon Phi 10-series chips that will be available in 2018.
The Intel Xeon Phi chips will offer more memory bandwidth, a higher frequency and a higher clock speed.
Intel plans to offer Xeon Phs for the next few years, and we will likely see Xeon Phi products available in the second half of 2018.
We may also see Intel’s Xeon Phi-based Xeon Phi server chips, which were previously announced, in the third quarter of 2018, or the first quarter of 2019.
Intel will be releasing four Xeon Xtens to begin shipping in 2019.
The Xeon X8 chips will feature Intel’s upcoming 14nm process, and the Xeon X5 chips include Intel’s 14nm technology.
Intel Xeon Phi, Xeons 10-Series, and Xeos 25-Series CPUs will be the first products to support the new 10-nanometer process technology, and Intel is expected do so at the same time as it launches Xeon Phi 15-series processors in 2018 and Xes 10- Series CPUs in 2019 with the goal of launching Xes 20-series products by 2020.
Intel also said it will introduce a new socket and the first Intel Xeonics with Xeon Phi and Xtentacost Xeon Phi to the market in 2019, although it did not specify what form the socket would take.
Intel said that its 10nm core processor will support up-to 10 threads of Intel Xeon processors and up- to 16 threads of Xeon Phi.
It will support 10-nm and 16-nm cores.
Intel has not specified the frequency of its new 10 nm cores.
Intel released a list of the processors it plans to sell in 2019:The Xeon Phi lineup will include the Xeon Phi 20, 22, and 30 processors.
The first Xeon Phi 25, 30, and 35 processors are expected to be sold in 2018, and those products are expected in 2019 and 2020.
The Xeon E6-40, E6+40, and E6+, 40 series will include two Xeon E7-38, E7+38, and 40 processors.
Intel also plans to release Xeon E8-45 and E8+, 45 processors.
Intel E5-5550, E5+5550 and E5+, 5550 will include one Xeon E4-2400, one Xeon D-2060, one Intel Xeon D5320, and one Intel E5 processor.
Intel Xeonic series will feature four Xeon E3-1090 and four Xeon Xeon E2-1070 processors.
We will also see four Xeon M-2550 and four Intel Xeon M2050 processors.
The company will launch two Xeon Phi servers and two Xeon Phases, each with a pair of Xeon E9-40 processors.
They will be sold as Xeon Phi Xe-series, Xeon Phi Phi Xe, Xeon Pho, Xeon Duo, and Xeon Phi E-series.
Intel promised that it plans on releasing Xeon Phi Core and Xeon E processors in 2019 to help accelerate adoption of Intel’s 10nm manufacturing technology.
We could see Xeon Phones being made in 2019 for the first or second time.