Chinese CPUs could soon give Intel a run for its money

If Intel’s venture into the graphics card market has you wishing for more variety for processors too then you might be in luck. According to a report from Taiwan’s DigiTimes, an Intel exec claims that Chinese CPU makers will become “strong competitors” to Intel within the next three to five years.

These comments were made by Rui Wang, SVP of Intel Corporation and chair of Intel China at the 2022 National Party Congress on March 11, though no specific maker of Chinese processors was named. Tom’s Hardware also notes in its own report that this could simply be Wang trying to be polite given the event was hosted by the Chinese Communist Party given the lack of data provided alongside the predictions.

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