Intel this week initiated end-of-life plan for two of its 2nd Generation Xeon Scalable (Cascade Lake) processors, possibly in a bid to reduce the number of SKUs in the new family. The CPUs in question are the Xeon Gold 6222 as well as Xeon Gold 6262 and Intel recommends to use different versions of these products instead. Intel’s 20-core Xeon Gold 6222 (1.80/3.60 GHz, 27.5 MB cache) and 24-core Xeon Gold 6262 (1.9/3.6 GHz, 33 MB cache) processors with two UPI links were not officially a part of the Cascade Lake family introduced in April and were probably available to select customers only. Meanwhile, Intel’s lineup did include the Xeon Gold 6222V and Xeon Gold 6262V products that featured the same specification in terms of...
TYAN has introduced its new platforms for Intel’s second-generation Xeon Scalable processors with up to 28 cores as well as Intel’s Optane DC Persistent Memory modules. TYAN’s range of...0 by Anton Shilov on 4/3/2019
Coinciding with the launch of Intel’s Xeon ‘Cascade Lake-SP’ platform, Kingston on Tuesday announced its new Server Premier registered DIMMs designed for the latest servers. The modules offer data...1 by Anton Shilov on 4/2/2019
This week at Supercomputing, everyone is getting excited about next generation hardware, not only on x86 but also GPUs, POWER, Arm, FPGAs, and accelerators. The danger of having so...17 by Ian Cutress on 11/16/2018