Intel has brought its most advanced and highest performance to the market Data center Platform optimized to serve the range of industry workloads – from the cloud to the network to the intelligent edge. New scalable Intel Xeon processors of the 3rd generation (code name “Ice Lake”) form the basis for the data center platform from Intel.
Intel claims that the new 3rd generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors offer a significant increase in performance over the previous generation, improving common data center workloads by an average of 46%. The processors also offer new and expanded platform features including Intel SGX for integrated security and Intel Crypto Acceleration and Intel DL Boost for AI acceleration. These new features, combined with the company’s portfolio of IntelSelect Solutions and Intel Market Ready Solutions, enable customers to accelerate deployment across cloud, AI, enterprise, HPC, network, security and edge applications , so Intel.
In India, the first users of the new 3rd generation Intel Xeon Scalable platform include CtrlS, ESDS, Pi Datacenters, Reliance Jio and Wipro Limited.
The latest 3rd generation Intel Xeon scalable platform includes the Intel Optane Permanent Memory 200 series, the Intel Optane Solid State Drive (SSD) P5800X, and Intel SSD NAND SSDs D5-P5316 as well as network adapters of the Intel Ethernet 800 series and the latest Intel Agilex FPGAs.
• For the cloud: 3rd generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors are designed and optimized for the needs of cloud workloads and support a range of service environments. The company claims that the largest cloud service providers plan to offer cloud services based on 3rd generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors in 2021.
• For the network: The latest 3rd generation Intel Xeon scalable processors provide an average of 62% more performance than the previous generation in a range of widely used network and 5G workloads.
• For the Smart Edge: 3rd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable Processors provide the performance, security, and operational control required for high-performance AI, complex image or video analysis, and consolidated workloads at the Smart Edge, according to Intel.