New family of Intel Xeon Scalable Processors enable software defined data infrastructures (SDDI) and SDDC
Intel Xeon Scalable Processors SDDI and SDDC
Today Intel announced a new family of Xeon Scalable Processors (aka Purely) that for some workloads Intel claims to be on average of 1.65x faster than their predecessors. Note your real improvement will vary based on workload, configuration, benchmark testing, type of processor, memory, and many other server storage I/O performance considerations.
In general the new Intel Xeon Scalable Processors enable legacy and software defined data infrastructures (SDDI), along with software defined data centers (SDDC), cloud and other environments to support expanding workloads more efficiently as well as effectively (e.g. boosting productivity).
Some target application and environment workloads Intel is positioning these new processors for includes among others:
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via Greg Schulz.