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Intel Announces 56 Core Single-Socket Cooper Lake Processor

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Intel claims that the upcoming 56 core Cooper Lake processors will support bfloat16 and Intel Deep Learning Boost. Bfloat16 is a 16-bit floating point representation with the same dynamic range as a standard 32-bit floating point representations but compressed into half the space. Bfloat16 instructions accelerate AI deep learning training for various workloads such as image-classification, speech-recognition, recommendation engines and machine translation and are currently only available on Intel Xeon 9200 processors. The new processors are expected to have a lower power envelope than the 9200 processors that are available today. Unlike its predecessors which are only available through select OEMs (Atos, HPE, Lenovo, Penguin Computing, and Megware), the upcoming 56 core Cooper Lake processors will be socketable and so will likely be more widely available. 

 

 

 

Intel Announces 56 Core Single-Socket Cooper Lake Processor

 

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