- Aug 17, 2014
Intel has announced the arrival of its Intel Max Series product family with Intel Xeon CPU Max Series and Intel Data Center GPU Max Series. They come with the code-names Sapphire Rapids HBM and Ponte Vecchio, respectively.
They have been built for high-performance computing (HPC) and artificial intelligence (AI) ahead of Supercomputing '22 (SC22) in Dallas happening between November 14-17. The latest products come with the aim of powering the upcoming Aurora supercomputer at Argonne National Laboratory.
Corporate Vice President and General Manager, Intel Super Computer Group, Jeff McVeigh talked about the Intel Max Series product family, stating:
To ensure no HPC workload is left behind, we need a solution that maximizes bandwidth, maximizes compute, maximizes developer productivity and ultimately maximizes impact. The Intel Max Series product family brings high bandwidth memory to the broader market, along with oneAPI, making it easy to share code between CPUs and GPUs and solve the world’s biggest challenges faster.
Intel Max series is the first CPU with HBM, promises 68% less power use than AMD
Intel has unveiled the Intel Max Series product family for high-performance computing (HPC) and artificial intelligence ahead of Supercomputing '22 (SC22) in Dallas happening between November 14-17.