Intel unveils 4th Gen Xeon processors

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Intel unveils 4th Gen Xeon processors
Intel unveils 4th Gen Xeon processors

Customers of 4th Gen Intel Xeon customers can expect a 2.9X average performance per watt efficiency improvement for targeted workloads when utilizing built-in accelerators, up to 70-watt power savings per CPU in optimized power mode with minimal performance loss, and a 52% to 66% lower total cost of ownership

Intel has unveiled the 4th Gen Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors (code-named Sapphire Rapids), the Intel® Xeon® CPU Max Series (code-named Sapphire Rapids HBM) and the Intel® Data Center GPU Max Series (code-named Ponte Vecchio).

According to Intel, these new products will provide a leap in data centre performance, efficiency, security, and new capabilities for AI, the cloud, the network and edge, and supercomputers.

The 4th Gen Xeon processors has features for managing power and performance making the optimal use of CPU resources to help achieve their sustainability goals.

According to Intel, customers of 4th Gen Intel Xeon customers can expect a 2.9X average performance per watt efficiency improvement for targeted workloads when utilizing built-in accelerators, up to 70-watt power savings per CPU in optimized power mode with minimal performance loss, and a 52% to 66% lower total cost of ownership, as per reported by YourStory.

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