One of the interesting sub-announcements to come out of Intel’s EPYC benchmark numbers was a slide on the ‘momentum’ of Intel’s new Xeon Scalable Platform using Skylake-SP cores. Alongside the notice of ‘110+ performance world records’ and ‘200 OEM systems shipping’ was a side note on the next iteration of Xeon-D, which will be getting the latest enterprise Skylake-SP cores.
HP has updated its most powerful dual-processor Z8 workstation line with the latest components. The new systems contain up to two Intel Skylake-SP Xeon CPUs with up to 56 cores in total, up to 3 TB of DDR4 RAM, terabytes of storage as well as up to 9 PCIe slots along with optional TB3 and 10 GbE support via add-in cards. Show More Summary
Intel has launched a new Xeon W product family to bridge the gap between its multi-socket LGA3647 products and its consumer Core i9 hardware. The post Intel’s New Xeon W Chips Bring Skylake-SP to Enterprise, Workstation LGA2066 Sockets appeared first on ExtremeTech.
On the professional side of the CPU space, Intel’s new Xeon Scalable Processor family, based on the Skylake-SP architecture, is suiting up against the new EPYC processors from AMD. Part of Intel’s Xeon-SP launch was a rebranding of their...Show More Summary
A few weeks ago we talked about Tyan’s demonstration of two new HPC servers for high-performance computing and deep workloads, the Tyan FT77D-B7109 and FT48B-B1700. Tyan looks to continue updating their HPC server platform using Intel's...Show More Summary
After six long years of declining data center market share and a lack of competitive performance, did AMD make the right decisions in designing its newest server CPUs? The post AMD Epyc Faces Off With Intel Skylake-SP Xeon in Massive Server Battle appeared first on ExtremeTech.
It has been announced today that Intel will be releasing a new range of Enterprise Class Xeon processors based on the new Skylake-SP processor architecture. It is expect that 4 new classifications of processors will be introduced to denote the performance of the processor. Show More Summary
This morning kicks off a very interesting time in the world of server-grade CPUs. Officially launching today is Intel's latest generation of Xeon processors, based on the "Skylake-SP" architecture. Part of Intel's new Xeon Scalable Processor...Show More Summary
There's a new approach to market segmentation with the new Skylake-SP core.
Intel's Akhilesh Kumar, the Skylake-SP CPU architect, penned a blog today announcing the company's new on-chip mesh architecture for its Xeon Scalable Processor platform.
One of the more interesting elements of last week’s news was that some of the names of the future Intel Xeon processors, based on the Skylake microarchitecture, were accidentally ‘leaked’ via an official Intel Product Change Notification. Show More Summary
Presumably by accident, Intel this week has published a list of its upcoming processors that belong to the soon-to-launch Skylake Xeon families. The names were published by Intel in a PCN, or Product Change Notification, which makesShow More Summary
The next generation of high-performance Intel Xeons will be the second stage of Intel rearranging its professional stack. Stage one was separating chipset requirements of low core count Xeons from the consumer counterparts, but stage two to occur later this year will be something to wrap your head around. Show More Summary