Workload Accelerators drive next-gen data center workloads | Slide Deck

New 4th Gen Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors are positioned to provide significant performance gains and TCO benefits for today’s fastest growing workloads

Published January 2023

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The latest 4th GenIntel Xeon Scalalable processors, code-named “Sapphire Rapids”, represent arguably the most powerful and the most diverse compute engine that the CPU manufacturer has ever built, with more built-in accelerators than any other CPU on the market.

Key architectural features like Intel® Advanced Matrix Extensions (Intel® AMX) and Intel® AVX-512 on the CPU core coupled with accelerators like Intel® In-Memory Analytics Accelerator (Intel® IAA), Intel® Data Streaming Accelerator (Intel® DSA), Intel® Dynamic Load Balancer (Intel® DLB) and Intel® QuickAssist Technology (Intel® QAT) on the CPU package are designed to deliver significant performance and performance per watt benefits for companies that need to run process-intensive data center workloads as cost effectively as possible.

Join this Register webinar with host Nicole Hemsoth and Intel Senior Fellow, Ronak Singhal to learn more about these enhanced workload acceleration capabilities and why they matter for business, as well as how to take advantage of them for critical workloads. You’ll hear how the Intel Xeon product roadmap will cater to the needs of server fleets for many years to come, and how Intel is pushing the envelope on CPU architectural innovation with workload acceleration delivering the performance that customers expect.

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