Intel delivers differentiated solutions tuned for specific workloads with performance, power, and price to meet each customer’s individual needs. In the Intel Xeon processor portfolio you can find processors oriented e.g. On:
- general performance;
- IMDB, analytics and virtualization;
- 5G and other networks;
- AI and ML, HPC;
- cloud computing and IaaS;
- hyperconverged solutions and storage.
- long-term use (IoT).
Highest Xeon Platinum 8490H model
The higher the range, the higher the performance and equipment. The range, which includes over 50 models, can be viewed in the attached tables below.
The new Xeon Sapphire Rapids CPU architecture brings more cores (56-60 in high-end models) and improved power efficiency due to 7nm technology (Intel 7), a significant improvement over the previous generation’s 10nm process. In addition, it comes with DDR5-4800 memory for higher throughput, with speed support dropping to DDR5-4400 with more modules per channel. Maximum RAM capacity reaches 4TB, with Intel staying behind AMD, which supports 12-channel DDR5 memory for higher throughput and capacity. Optionally, the Xeon Sapphire Rapids processors also allow the use of HBM2E memory in conjunction with DDR5 memory. This will be used on models designated Xeon Max (described below).
Intel Xeon Max
The fourth-generation Intel Xeon Scalable and Xeon Max series offer a scalable architecture with CPU and GPU and open software for complex HPC and AI computing. Intel provides oneAPI, a set of open tools and libraries that allow developers to write cross-platform code, making it easier to develop and optimize applications.
Intel Xeon Max (Sapphire Rapids HBM) are the first x86 processors with HBM2e high-bandwidth memory that accelerates specific tasks without code changes. With up to 64 GB of HBM2e memory, these processors deliver up to 3.7 times better performance in applications such as system modelling. generation Intel Xeon Scalable.
For many companies, Intel’s new processors represent a significant leap forward and an attractive option. Xeon has seen its biggest shift in years with the expansion of cores, PCI Express lanes, and the inclusion of technologies such as CXL 1.1, DDR5, PCIe 5.0, and new accelerators, expanding the possibilities for these chips.
Processor performance will always vary according to specific needs and situations. Intel is well aware of its competitors, but especially in the sub-200W TDP segment, Intel offers a broader product line, which can be a good competitive advantage.
Intel offers special pricing promotions and project-specific programs on Xeon processors, plus support for Education Development Units (EDUs).
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