In the coming months, Intel will launch two Xeon processors on the same platform: Cooper Lake with Intel's 14nm process and Ice Lake with Intel's 10nm process. Cooper Lake will provide a high core count and will specifically support the AVX512_BF16 (bfloat16) command, which will benefit machine learning and near-sensor computing applications, while Ice Lake will be Intel's first Xeon with a 10nm process based on the new microarchitecture. Provides higher performance per core. Currently, Intel has provided samples of Cooper Lake and Ice Lake processors to customers and claims to be mass producing these Xeon processors in the first half of next year.
Intel will launch its Ice Lake Xeon processor four quarters after the release of the Cascade Lake Xeon processor, which is shorter than the previous Xeon release. According to Intel, this will be the new generation of Xeon launch rhythm, the next generation of Xeon platform will be released every four to five quarters, currently five to seven quarters.
Following the 2020 Ice Lake Xeon, Intel plans to release it for use in 2021.server"Sapphire Rapids" processor. These chips are likely to be manufactured using Intel's 10++nm process technology and will rely on new microarchitectures and various enhancements to optimize performance. According to the roadmap, Intel may launch a "next generation" server CPU in 2022, possibly using 7nm process technology.
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