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Cloud Computing: Penguin Computing Announces Full Product Line Transition to Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processors

Grazed from BenZinga. Author: Editorial Staff.

Penguin Computing®, provider of high performance computing, enterprise data center and cloud solutions, today announced completion of the company's major technology transition to the Intel® Xeon® Scalable platform for all Penguin Computing product lines. "Penguin Computing's server solution offers an unrivaled array of compute and storage form factors, in standard 19" EIA, Open Compute and Tundra™ Extreme Scale platform," said William Wu, Director of Product Management, Penguin Computing.

"We are excited to introduce Intel® Xeon® Scalable platform based solutions into our versatile Relion® and Tundra™ product lines to tackle today's computing challenges. Organizations looking to deploy across Data Centers, Cloud Computing, hyper-scale HPC and Deep Learning will find Penguin Computing's unique and expanding solutions to meet their needs."...

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Intel Announces Xeon E7 v4 Processors For Mission-Critical Computing And The Cloud

Grazed from HotHardware. Author: Marco Chiapetta.

Back in March, Intel launched its Xeon Processor E5 v4 family of products, based on the Broadwell-EP core. We had the chance to evaluate a dual Xeon E5-2697 v4-based system with a total of 36 cores (72 Threads) and detailed some of the changes and new features in Broadwell-EP. As powerful as that 36-core system was, the E5 v4 family is not Intel’s top-end server offering. That designation belongs to the Xeon E7 v4 product family being announced today, which typically features more cores, more cache, and support for additional sockets.

Back in March, Intel launched its Xeon Processor E5 v4 family of products, based on the Broadwell-EP core. We had the chance to evaluate a dual Xeon E5-2697 v4-based system with a total of 36 cores (72 Threads) and detailed some of the changes and new features in Broadwell-EP. As powerful as that 36-core system was, the E5 v4 family is not Intel’s top-end server offering...