Intel plans to produce chips with a trillion transistors by 2030. This is evident from a presentation of the company during the IEDM conference, which Tom’s Hardware writes about. Currently, the transistor record is held by Apple’s dual-die M1 Ultra-soc, with some 114 billion transistors. There are about 90 billion on the latest Epyc Genoa chips from Intel’s competitor AMD. Intel’s slides outline the foundations of future technologies that will achieve this eight-year milestone.