Intel’s Ice Lake-SP launch event is happening today at 8AM Pacific time. It is called “How Wonderful Gets Done“, which is kind of a silly name. This post will cover some early Intel Ice Lake-SP Processor Information that has been leaking out ahead of the event.
I am going to update this as the day goes on.
3rd Generation Intel Scalable Processors
Intel has fifty-seven separate SKUs in this family. Fifteen are actually the older 14nm Cooper Lake-SP processors for four-socket and eight-socket servers. They have “H” and “HL” suffixes. There are forty-two 10nm Ice Lake SKUs.
YouTube Videos From Dell
The first video covers some new features in the upcoming Dell 15th Generation server family and mentions a few things about Intel Ice Lake-SP processors.
The second video briefly discusses some of the new features in the Intel Ice Lake-SP processors
The third video talks about workload optimized CPU SKUs, that have an alpha suffix at the end, such as “U” for single-socket SKUs.
The fourth video cover the new PowerEdge R650 and R750 models
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