Vietnamese factory participates in assembling Intel’s latest processors
Intel has just launched in Vietnam the 13th generation of desktop processors. Notably, this globally sold processor has stages made in Vietnam.
The 13th generation Intel Core desktop processor owns 22 small processors, with many different versions used for computers from the popular to high-end segments. This product line has increased single-core performance up to 15%, and multi-core performance increased up to 41% compared to before.
In particular, the strongest performance belongs to the Core i9-13900K model with 24 cores, 32 threads, clock speed up to 5.8 GHz, serving the needs of gaming and high-level content creation.
Ms. Alexis Crowell, general manager of Intel Southeast Asia, Australia and New Zealand, said that some stages of the Intel Core 13 production process are carried out at its factory in Vietnam.
Intel does not share details of what stages are performed at this factory, but normally the assembly and product testing stages will be done here.
Intel’s manufacturing, assembly and inspection plant in Vietnam (Intel Products Vietnam – IPV) plays an important role in its global supply chain. Intel has invested nearly 2 billion USD for a construction factory in Ho Chi Minh City, located in the high-tech park which is the address of many big companies such as Samsung, Microsoft, Schneider Electric,…
Ms. Alexis Crowell said that by the end of 2021, IPV has provided a total of 3 billion products to the global market. The total export value of the factory reached 60 billion USD.
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