Intel debuts, the Ponte Vecchio, the first Xe-GPU-servers
Intel still, his entry into the discrete graphics market, with the first Xe-chips for the computer room is planned for 2020. The company has now revealed a few more details about his plans for the data center, as it has announced, the “Ponte Vecchio” – chip as well.
the Ponte Vecchio will be manufactured on Intel’s own 7nm process, a process that is comparable with those of AMD today. But Ponte Vecchio is likely to debut in 2021, instead of next year. Intel did not want to actually had to confirm this information in its press release, but chief executive Bob Swan said that while Intel in the October-calling result, the Intel is “on track to launch our first 7-nanometer-based products, datacenter-focused discrete GPU in 2021.”
In any case, the first Xe-a-chip for the data centre is also certified with Intel’s stacked-logic Foveros technology, which is used for the production of the “Lakefield” chip for dual-display devices, also. There is also the use of the EMIB chip-to-chip interconnect technology is suggesting, also, that the Ponte Vecchio, the chip could be pf the first, what Intel referred to discussed the co-EMIB technology. July.
the Ponte Vecchio, to be used for the HPC modeling and simulation workloads, with the emphasis on AI, Intel has ramped up. It is also a device in the Compute-Express-compound (CXL), the high-speed accelerator CPU-to-memory and CPU-to-be-CXL technology that manages memory coherency between CPU-memory and storage devices. This, in turn, minimises resource sharing for higher performance, lower software stack complexity and lower overall system cost, according to the CXL consortium, which includes companies such as Google, Microsoft, Intel, Huawei, HP.
Ponte Vecchio programmed, what is Intel OneAPI, a unified programming API, which is Intle announced both the release as an Intel-specific beta-to-product as the as well as an open specification. The idea is that developers will be able to be said to program different Intel chips—Intel-Core-processors, the Intel FPGAs, Xeon, and more—with a single toolset, Intel.
Released on Mon, 18 Nov 2019 00:00:00 +0000