Intel’s New Architecture to Arrive in 2015

Intel has shared part of its product roadmap for the coming year, showing that both Skylake and Broadwell architectures will get attention in the 14nm space.

Core M (Broadwell) products will be launched at the end of 2014. By spring, it will take over the product stack currently occupied by Haswell, with fifth-generation Core products (Broadwell is a 14nm refresh of Haswell). Following this, next-gen Celeron and Pentium units will be introduced in the second half of the year (Braswell), alongside sixth-generation 14nm Core processors (Skylake).

Very little information has been announced regarding Skylake. The architecture will support DDR4 memory, and GPU enhancements are also expected.