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At Intel Architecture Day 2018, Intel showed off a new server-class 10nm SoC with 100Gbps networking and H265 offload capabilities. We were told this is a net-new class of server processor not an update to an existing line
Sitting at the top-end of the Xeon E-2100 series, our Intel Xeon E-2186G benchmarks and review will show why this chip may be the answer for some, but others will look elsewhere for their CPUs of choice.
We have details around bfloat16 support and the new ISA for Intel Xeon CPUs in the Cooper Lake generation. By adding bfloat16, Intel helps to make more deep learning training on its CPUs possible without having to resort to using GPUs for training.
From Intel Architecture Day 2018 we have new Intel Ice Lake Xeon server chips along with an updated roadmap with information about the Sunny Cove architecture that will underpin the new 10nm PCIe Gen4 server CPUs
We take a look at the ultra-low cost Intel Core i3-8100 in our benchmarks and review. We see how this CPU stacks up to more costly server processors and see whether it is worth saving a few dollars with this intriguing solution
Our Intel Xeon Gold 6148 benchmarks and review show why this is the go-to HPC chip. It combines high clock speeds among relatively few cores and has options for features such as 100Gbps Omni-Path fabric
Today Intel showed off its next-generation workstation platforms. Headlining is a new Intel Xeon W-3175X 28 Core overclockable CPU. For mainstream Intel bumps core counts with the Intel Core i9-9900K 8-Core CPU and the X-Series refreshes as well.
There is a buzz among customers and the channel that Intel Xeon Scalable deals are seeing more discounting activity when AMD EPYC is quoted as well. If you are buying a few dozen servers or more, it may pay to quote AMD EPYC and turn the process competitive.
We explore what may be the best balance in the Intel Xeon Scalable range in our Intel Xeon Gold 6130 benchmarks and review. This 16 core CPU is an example of a major upgrade over the previous Xeon E5-2600 V4 generation
We show how changes in the Intel Xeon Scalable (Skylake-SP and Cascade Lake) PCIe complexes impacted the ability of the industry to provide single root deep learning and AI servers for the key industry segment