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Thursday, November 19, 2015

Intel 72-Core Processor on Workstations

Intel's 72-Core Processor Jumps from Supercomputers to Workstations

Intel will ship a workstation with its 72-core Knights Landing supercomputing chip in the first half of next year

Agam Shah | November 16, 2015

Intel wants to change the game in desktop computing with a workstation that packs its upcoming, 72-core supercomputing chip.
Intel's workstation will be based on an upcoming Xeon Phi chip code-named Knights Landing, which is being touted as the company's most powerful chip to date.
A limited number of workstations will ship in the first half of next year from Intel, which will also control initial distribution. As usage expands, hopefully PC makers and other partners will sign on to sell Xeon Phi desktops, said Charles Wuischpard, general manager of the HPC Platform Group at Intel.

Intel Plans to Put Its InsaneĀ 8-Teraflop Supercomputer Chips Into a Desktop

<more at; related links: (Intel’s 72-Core ‘Knight’s Landing’ Xeon Phi Supercomputer Chip Cleared For Takeoff. November 16, 2015) and (Intel Plans to Put Its Insane 8-Teraflop Supercomputer Chips Into a Desktop. November 17, 2015)>

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