Google Cloud: Intel Xeon Scalable Platform at Hyperscale – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 540

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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Paul Nash, Group Product Manager for Compute Engine at Google Cloud, joins us to discuss being the first company to bring the Intel Xeon Scalable platform to the cloud. Google Cloud is an Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) offering that delivers to consumers some of the cloud technologies that Google developed to power services like Google Search and Gmail. In this interview, Nash talks about the decade-long collaboration history between Google and Intel, the Intel Xeon Scalable platform features that have Google most excited, and the benefits customers already are seeing with Intel Xeon Scalable processors and workloads like genomics, weather forecasting, financial services, and scientific visualization.

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20% performance vs. previous generation based on comparing GCP machine type instances between Intel Xeon processor codenamed “Skylake” versus previous generation Intel Xeon processor codenamed “Broadwell.”

82% improvement in HPC workloads based on High Performance Linpack for 4 node cluster with AVX512. Performance improvements include improvements from use of Math Kernal Library and Intel AVX512.

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