Intel 4th Gen Xeon bursts into the scene

Intel 4th Gen Xeon bursts into the scene

For clients operating data centres around the world, Intel officially introduced its 4th Gen Intel Xeon Scalable CPUs (codenamed Sapphire Rapids) on January 10, 2023.

A new Intel leadership product was released on launch day with considerable performance improvements because of industry-leading accelerators, an increased core count, and higher performance per watt.

The market’s strong new product has accelerated consumer acceptance of these new technologies.

Intel has implemented the most design wins for any Xeon family and the most systems ever available and shipping in this limited time-to-market window in the eight weeks since launch.

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The top ten cloud service providers (CSPs) are currently deploying cloud instances, and they will continue to do so through 2023.

All significant original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and original design manufacturers (ODMs) are shipping systems today.

A robust supply of Xeon products throughout the entirety of 2023 will underpin and support all this client success by meeting customer demand across a wide range of crucial use cases and practical workloads.