Intel Tick-Tock Strategy – What it Means

September 12th, 2008 |
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Driving technology innovation on a reliable and predictable timeline, Intel developed a model designed to deliver ongoing innovation. Referred to as our tick-tock model, Intel has successfully alternated and delivered the next generation of silicon technology as well as new processor microarchitecture year after year.

Intel CIO Diane Bryant shares how, during the “Tick,” Intel delivers new silicon process technology, dramatically increasing transistor density while enhancing performance and energy efficiency within a smaller, more refined version of our existing microarchitecture.

In the second year, the “Tock” delivers entirely new processor microarchitecture to optimize the value of the increased number of transistors and technology updates now available.

If you’re an investor, you can stay on top of all the ways Intel pushes the boundaries of innovation, making news in technology, manufacturing, education, culture and social responsibiliy. Learn more about the rhythm of Intel’s advancing silicon technology and what it means for your business, your investment, and you.

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