Intel Core Ultra Processors

The heart of the AI PC, the new processor takes advantage of AI capabilities across operating systems and applications.

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  • December 14, 2023

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On Dec. 14, 2023, Intel launched its Intel® Core™ Ultra mobile processors and ushered in the first generation of the AI PC. With dedicated AI acceleration capability across the central processing unit, graphics processing unit and neural processing unit architectures, Intel Core Ultra is Intel’s most AI-capable and power-efficient client processor. 

The AI PC represents a new generation of personal computers for anyone who learns, streams, games or creates on the go, while taking full advantage of AI capabilities across operating systems and applications.

Intel Core Ultra is the first processor built on Intel 4 process technology and the first to use Foveros 3D advance packaging technology. Its new Performance-core architecture brings improved instructions per cycle and its new Efficient-cores and low-power Efficient-cores (LP E-cores) provide scalable, multi-threaded performance and more efficient modern multitasking.


Tech Minute Video

Tech Minute: Intel Core Ultra Processors Explained in 60 Seconds

Here’s a one-minute breakdown of four things to know about Intel Core Ultra processors, code-named Meteor Lake. Launched at the company’s AI Everywhere event in New York City in December, the client processors are the most power-efficient Intel has ever built and the heart of a fleet of more than 230 AI PC designs coming to market now, ushering in the age of the AI PC. (Credit: Intel Corporation) 

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Intel Manufacturing in Penang, Malaysia (B-Roll)

Video footage from April 2023 shows the Intel Penang Assembly Test (PGAT) facility in Penang, Malaysia. It includes Intel employees inside the facility and video of Intel Core Ultra processors, code-named Meteor Lake. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

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