Emerald Rapids, by Intel, introduces a boost in its flagship by incorporating an additional four cores compared to the company's previous-generation chips. This enhancement allows for up to 128 cores and 256 threads per dual-socket server. Additionally, Intel has tripled the L3 cache and transitioned to faster DDR5-5600 memory for its high-performance models.
Alongside other targeted improvements, which include a significant overhaul of the die architecture, Intel claims that these upgrades result in notable generation-over-generation advancements: a 42% increase in AI inference, a 21% performance boost in general compute workloads, and a 36% improvement in performance-per-watt.
Redefine performance with 4th Gen Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors—featuring built-in accelerators to improve AI, analytics, networking, storage, and HPC.
Seamlessly integrated accelerators speed up data movement and compression for faster networking, boost query throughput for more responsive analytics, and offload scheduling and queue management to dynamically balance loads across multiple cores.
By lightening the load from CPU core resources, built-in accelerators can result in more efficient utilization and power efficiency advantages, helping businesses achieve their sustainability goals
AI gets even better with all-new Intel® Advanced Matrix Extensions, delivering exceptional AI inference and training performance through hardware-accelerated matrix multiply operations.
Intel® In-memory Analytics Accelerator improves database and analytics performance with 1.91x higher throughput for data decompression. These perfromances were compared to cores without acceleration.
Intel® Dynamic Load Balancer can achieve 3.27x better performance in packet forwarding. This is a notable inrease in queue management softwares
Intel® QuickAssist Technology supports cloud and networking workloads for faster cryptography while using fewer cores. Thanks to the Intel® QAT client density can be increased by up to 4.35%.
Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX) and other security features help bring a zero-trust security strategy to life while unlocking new opportunities for business collaboration and insights—even with sensitive or regulated data.
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