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How next generation workload accelerators boost data center throughput

Webinar New 4th Gen Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors have arrived and offer significant performance gains and TCO benefits for the world's fastest growing workloads.

Poetically code-named 'Sapphire Rapids,' they represent arguably the most powerful and diverse compute engine that Intel has ever built, with a greater number of built in accelerators than any other CPU on the market, says the manufacturer.

The new chips include key architectural features like Intel® Advanced Matrix Extensions (Intel® AMX) and Intel® AVX-512 on the CPU core coupled with accelerators like Intel® In-Memory Analytics Accelerator (Intel® IAA), Intel® Data Streaming Accelerator (Intel® DSA), Intel® Dynamic Load Balancer (Intel® DLB) and Intel® QuickAssist Technology (Intel® QAT).

Collectively, these are designed to significantly deliver performance and performance per watt benefits for companies and organizations that need to control the bottom line and run process-intensive data center workloads.

Watch the Register's webinar in which host Nicole Hemsoth discussed the enhanced workload acceleration capabilities embedded in the 4th Gen Xeon processors with Intel Senior Fellow, Ronak Singhal. Together they outlined how to best utilise the latest chips for critical workloads and discussed how the product portfolio will meet the challenges of server fleets for many years to come.

Click here to watch now.

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