Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger Walden Kirsch / Intel Corporation

Intel announced that it will hold its own keynote at this year's Computex conference. Although the conference is scheduled to begin June 1st and last through June 5th this year, Intel's keynote will be held one day before local time to get things started. As with other Computex events, Intel's keynote will be virtual this year due to the ongoing health pandemic.

While the company didn't reveal what users can expect, the good news is that the virtual format gives those at home the ability to watch Intel's livestream and see the announcements in real time. Gamers, laptop users, and those in the market looking to upgrade to a new Windows desktop are likely to find something from Intel to look forward to. To watch the Intel livestream:

Here's how to watch Intel's Computex 2021 keynote

If you'd like to follow Intel's announcement live, please note that the company's keynote will take place one day before Computex officially launches. Intel announced that its event will take place on Monday, May 31st at 10:00 am local time in Taipei, Taiwan. This means those in the US will be able to tune in on Sunday, May 30th at 7 p.m. PT (10 p.m. PT).

Before the keynote, the company posted a link to its livestream, which can be viewed on YouTube. We also embedded the stream above so you can see Intel's presentation on this page.

If you can't catch Intel's keynote live, be sure to keep up with Digital Trends as we cover all the news and latest announcements from Intel and others in the PC industry.

What to Expect from the Intel Computex 2021 Announcements

The company was really excited about what to expect. In its press release, Intel announced that it would reveal key insights and strategies from new CEO Pat Gelsinger.

"Join Michelle Johnston Holthaus, Executive Vice President of Intel, at Intel's first COMPUTEX virtual keynote and see firsthand how new CEO Pat Gelsinger's strategies are combined with the forces of a rapidly accelerating digital transformation Intel usher in a new era of innovation. exactly when the world needs it most, ”wrote Intel in its media consultancy. "Johnston Holthaus will welcome Steve Long of Intel, corporate vice president of customer sales for the Client Computing Group, and Lisa Spelman, corporate vice president and general manager of the Xeon and Memory Group, to share how Intel innovations are helping human beings Expand potential by expanding technology potential. "

The company announced that it will showcase news from its work in the data center, cloud, connectivity, artificial intelligence and smart space.

Given that Intel recently launched its new Tiger Lake H-series processors and is working hard on the 12th generation Alder Lake platform after previewing its silicon of the next at CES earlier this year Generation has unveiled, we can probably expect updates on both fronts. In particular, performance improvements due to Intel's heterogeneous processor architecture. Intel's keynote presentation is only scheduled for 30 minutes. We assume that it will be full of news. Alder Lake is expected to launch later this year. We are therefore not assuming that Computex will bring new systems with the 12th generation processor onto the market. The company could also talk about its latest graphics strategy as it pushes its Xe graphics architecture and advances in new discrete graphics cards.

In addition to its opening speech, Intel announced a second presentation at Computex, which will take place on June 2nd at 10 a.m. local time. PT on June 1st for the US audience. This session will focus on A.I. Nash Palaniswamy, Intel Vice President of Sales, Marketing and Communications Group and General Manager of AI, HPC and Datacenter Accelerators Solutions and Sales, will give the talk. A link to Intel's June 2nd presentation is also embedded above.

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