Intel's Meteor Lake, Sapphire Rapids with HBM2E, Ponte Vecchio Pictured
Intel demonstrated a number of yet-to-be-released products at its annual Intel Vision event. While Intel's Meteor Lake, Sapphire Rapids, and Ponte Vecchio are processors designed for completely different applications, there is a thing that they have in common: they all use multi-tile design. Intel showcased its Meteor Lake test chips last November, but back then the company demonstrated CPUs in miniature packaging aimed at low-power laptops as well as 2-in-1 mobile systems.
Intel showcased its 4th Generation Xeon Scalable 'Sapphire Rapids' processor with HBM2E in mid-October 2021. Intel’s Ponte Vecchio is arguably the pinnacle of Intel's multi-tile design approach and promises to be one of the fastest compute GPU unveiled to date. Intel's Sapphire Rapids processor with HBM2E and Ponte Vecchio compute GPU are set to power Argonne National Laboratory's Aurora supercomputer rated for an up to 2 FP64 ExaFLOPS throughput.
"We are starting to build [Aurora]," said Rick Stevens, associate laboratory director at Argonne National Laboratory at Intel Vision 2022.
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