Enabling Data Transformation: Data-Centric Innovation Day Recap – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 642

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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Lisa Spelman, Vice President and General Manager for Intel Xeon Products and Data Center Marketing at Intel, joins Chip Chat to cover all the big news from Intel Data-Centric Innovation Day. Spelman leads Intel’s Data Center Group’s marketing efforts from product definition to launch and ramp. In this Chip Chat, Spelman and host Allyson Klein recap an exciting event that introduced a broad range of new products for moving, storing, and processing data. Spelman discusses Intel’s approach to data-centric computing and capabilities that Intel is unlocking to help customers to make data a fundamental and transformative part of their business. Spelman highlights the launches of 2nd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors, including processors performance-optimized for network function virtualization, Intel Xeon Platinum 9200 processors for HPC, AI, and IaaS workloads, Intel Optane DC persistent memory, Intel Optane SSDs, Intel QLC 3D NAND SSDs, and Intel Ethernet 800 Series. Spelman additionally speaks to results already being realized by Intel customers like Amazon, Google, SAP, Siemens Healthineers, Twitter, and the North-German Supercomputing Alliance.

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