Customizable Silicon: Intel Xeon Processor + FPGA – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 327

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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Frequent Chip Chat guest Raejeanne Skillern, the GM of cloud service providers at Intel, stops by to talk about making the data center more flexible and agile for delivery of services. While general purpose processors are good for a majority of applications, Intel recently announced a customizable Intel Xeon processor to optimize specific workloads. The new Xeon integrates an FPGA with a coherent link, leading to better performance and lower latency.
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