Intel has today announced its upcoming Intel Xeon Scalable processor family codenamed Cooper Lake. It will offer 56 cores per socket and has build-in AI training acceleration in standard socket.[wpinsertshortcodead id=”zxikm5d3e04a8f1451″]
Intel has plans to make it available in the first half of 2020. As per Intel, the Cooper Lake processors will take advantage of the abilities built into the Intel Xeon Platinum 9200 series which today is acquiring momentum amongst the world’s most demanding HPC and AI clients.
Intel Xeon Scalable processor codenamed Cooper Lake will have twice core count with higher memory bandwidth and AI interference training performance than standard Intel Xeon Platinum 8200. It offers lower power envelope than Intel Xeon 9200 family.[wpinsertshortcodead id=”bzyqm5d3e04029f48f”]
Lisa Spelman, vice president and general manager of Data Center Marketing at Intel, commented:
The Intel Xeon Platinum 9200 series that we introduced as part of our 2nd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable processor family generated a lot of excitement among our customers who are deploying the technology to run their high-performance computing (HPC), advanced analytics, artificial intelligence, and high-density infrastructure. Extended 56-core processor offerings into our mainline Intel Xeon Scalable platforms enables us to serve a much broader range of customers who hunger for more processor performance and memory bandwidth.
For details visit Intel Newsroom.