Items tagged with skylake-sp

Intel is rolling out a new family of enterprise-class processors based on its Skylake-SP architecture. The chip giant describes the Xeon D-2100 SoCs as being "optimized for flexible, scalable, high-density network, storage, and cloud edge solutions." The Xeon D-2100 series processors are available with as few as 4 cores and as many as 18 cores (8 threads to 36 threads). Intel throws in an integrated platform controller hub (PCH) along with (up to) 4 integrated 10 gigabit ports. TDPs for the chips range from 60 watts to 110 watts, and you'll of course find support for Intel Advanced Vector Extensions 512 (AVX-512). Depending on which processor you select, base frequencies max out at 2.3GHz, while... Read more...
I've said this a million times before, but let us make it a million and one—there are no mulligans on the Internet. None. Zip. Zilch. If you post something that you did not mean to post and it has any kind of importance, it does not matter how quickly you delete it, someone on the web saw it, screen captured it, and shared it with the world. I bring this up because Intel for a brief period published a list of its upcoming processors that belong to its unreleased Skylake Xeon SKUs. That list is no longer available to view on Intel's website, but a snapshot via Google cache remains.The processors were published by Intel in an updated Product Change Notification (PCN) document. Without a doubt this... Read more...