Intel announces CPUs and GPUs for high-performance computing

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By Andy Patrizio Intel has announced new processors with high-bandwidth memory (HBM) geared toward high-performance computing (HPC), supercomputing, and artificial intelligence (AI). The products are known as the Xeon CPU Max series and GPU Max series. The chips are based on existing technology; the CPU is 4th Generation Xeon Scalable, aka Sapphire Rapids, and the GPU is Ponte Vecchio, the data center version of Intel’s Xe GPU technology. The difference is that the two processors come with HBM on the processor die rather than relying only on standard DRAM. HBM is considerably faster than DDR4 …

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