Top 10 things to know about Intel Datacenter Products

Via: Intel PR

1. Intel's 4th Gen Xeon Scalable processors are the highest quality data center CPUs, with a 4x average performance gain on deep-learning workloads compared to AMD's 4th Gen Epyc CPUs.

2. Emerald Rapids sounds like a water park, but it's actually Intel's 5th Gen Xeon Scalable processor. It will hit the market later this year!

3. Sierra Forest isn't just a picturesque vacation spot; it's also Intel's 144-core-per-socket Xeon Processor, which is on track to make its grand entrance in the first half of 2024. 

4. In 2024, Granite Rapids will follow Sierra Forest, like a trusty sidekick, benefiting from their shared superpowers (platform, IP, and technology).

5. Granite Rapids' memory interface is so fast, it'll make The Flash envious. With MCR DIMMs hitting 8,800 mega transfers per second based on DDR5, it's like the Usain Bolt of memory configurations.

6. Intel's E-core roadmap isn't stopping anytime soon, with Clearwater Forest planned for 2025. 

7. Habana Gaudi 3 AI accelerator has taped in. Meanwhile, Gaudi 2 is out there showing off its 1.8x advantage in throughput-per-watt over a comparable A100 server. 

8. Intel is introducing 15 new FPGA products this year.

9. Intel's 4th Gen Xeon systems are gaining popularity faster than a viral cat video, with major OEMs, ODMs, and top 10 global cloud service providers all jumping on board. 

10. Intel's grand finale, Clearwater Forest future product, is set to achieve process leadership in 2025 by using 18A process node, wrapping up Intel ambitious five-nodes-in-four-years strategy.

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