Intel has revealed more information about its upcoming Xeon processor codenamed Sapphire Rapids and the Ponte Vecchio GPU. It also revealed its plans for the Aurora supercomputer.
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At the ongoing ISC 2021 event, Intel has released more details regarding its next-gen server platform including the Sapphire Rapids Xeons as well as its Xe HPC-based Ponte Vecchio HPC accelerators.
Leaked press deck of Intel's highly anticipated Xe graphics architecture show an attractive looking piece of dev kit meant for ISVs. The slides also reiterate Intel's plans with the Xe architecture.
At SC19, Intel revealed more information about its GPU-accelerated HPC, AI and exascale ambitions. The company also announced the rumored Ponte Vecchio GPU which will drive such solutions.
Intel's discrete graphics is allegedly codenamed "Ponte Vecchio". These GPUs will reportedly power 'Project Aurora', which intends to be the first in the U.S. to break exascale computing.