Intel which is a semiconductor giant has now revealed to built-in AI acceleration processors as standard for its Intel Xeon processors which is merely meant for the enterprise servers.
AI acceleration processors are specially designed to perform the data-intensive AI applications. The new generation of the Xeon, which is even expected to be available from the beginning of 2020, will be going to offer customers up to 56 processors cores per socket, double the existing count, Intel revealed in a media.
“Our customers are deploying the technology to run their high-performance computing (HPC), advanced analytics, artificial intelligence, and high-density infrastructure,” said Lisa Spelman, vice president and general manager of data center marketing, Intel.
The extended 56 core processor offerings into the mainline Intel Xeon scalable platform will even enable the company to serve with a wider range of customers who even want more processor bandwidth and performance.
Intel also revealed a partnership with the Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Lenovo to build much better processors for the supercomputers and servers.
“Our goal is to accelerate innovation into the Exascale era further, aggressively waterfalling these solutions to scientists and businesses of all sizes to speed discovery and outcomes,” said Kirk Skaugen, executive vice president of Lenovo and president of Lenovo data center group.