Architected for HPC, AI, and IaaS Leadership Performance – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 630

January 28th, 2019 |
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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Jennifer Huffstetler, VP and GM for Data Center Product Management at Intel, joins Chip Chat for a deep dive into the capabilities of a new class of processors: future Intel Xeon Scalable processors codenamed Cascade Lake advanced performance. Architected to deliver performance leadership across the widest range of demanding workloads, future Intel Xeon Scalable processors codenamed Cascade Lake advanced performance deliver unprecedented memory bandwidth with more memory channels than any other CPU. These processors are expected to offer superior performance (results estimated based on pre-production hardware) in comparison to AMD EPYC on many demanding applications including:

  • Physics — MILC up to 1.5X [quantum chromodynamics]
  • Weather – WRF up to 1.6X [weather research and forecasting model]
  • Manufacturing – OpenFOAM up to 1.6X [open source CFD]
  • Life/material sciences – NAMD (APOA1) up to 2.1X [Nanoscale Molecular Dynamics]
  • Energy – YASK (ISO3DFD) up to 3.1X [stencil benchmark]

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