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Intel Unveils Fourth Generation Of Xeon Scalable Processors


Intel Corporation revealed the launch of the fourth generation of (Intel Xeon Scalable) processors – codenamed (Sapphire Rapids) – and the (Intel Xeon Max) series – codenamed (Sapphire Rapids) with high-bandwidth memories – in addition to the unit series. Dedicated graphics for the data center (Intel Max) - codenamed Ponte Vecchio, offering customers a new level of data center performance, efficiency, and security, along with new capabilities in AI, cloud, networking, and peripherals, as well as a best-in-class supercomputer world in terms of effectiveness and performance.

Intel is working in cooperation with its customers and partners to provide the fourth generation of (Xeon) processors, which provide a set of different solutions and systems in various fields to ensure dealing with the most difficult challenges in the field of computing, as Intel follows a distinctive approach centered on providing an accelerated pace that is targeted and dedicated to dealing with the burdens Primarily working alongside developed software designed to suit a certain number of tasks, enabling the company to provide the appropriate performance as required in line with the best total cost determined by the owner.

The fourth generation Xeon processor, Intel's most sustainable data center processor , provides a range of power and performance management features, optimizing the use of CPU resources to meet customers' sustainability goals.

Sandra Rivera, Executive Vice President, Intel Corporation and General Manager, Data Center and AI Group, said: “The launch of the fourth generation (Xeon Scalable) processors and (Max) series products marks a significant milestone in Intel's transformation process, and supports our goals to be ahead of the curve. Specialized in data centers, and strengthens our presence in new markets. New processors and products meet customers' requirements for optimal performance and reliability in a secure environment that matches their actual needs, and this contributes to reducing the time to value creation and supports their endeavors towards innovation.”