Intel Launches Their Much-Anticipated Xeon Scalable CPUs, Tyan Unveils Their Wares
Written by Michael Larabel in Intel on 13 July 2017 at 07:51 AM EDT. 3 Comments
This week Intel officially launched their Xeon Scalable Processors as what they claim is "the biggest platform advancement in this decade" and will end up going head-to-head with AMD's EPYC processors.

If you didn't already read up on the Xeon Scalable Processors (Skylake-SP), they offer up to 1.65x greater performance than previous generation hardware, introduces a mesh architecture for offering up to 28 cores / 56 threads per socket, up to 6TB of system memory support, AVX-512 support, compatibility with Intel Optane SSDs, and much more. My apologies for being a bit late in coverage due to being tied up with other tests/articles/work.

More details on the Xeon Scalable Processors via

The folks at TYAN are among the vendors out of the gate with their line-up of new systems for the Intel Xeon Scalable Processors. We'll hopefully be benchmarking some of their hardware in the near future but for now you can learn more on their latest products at

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