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    Intel shows off the SSD DC P4500, a 32TB 'Ruler' SSD

    And at its Innovation Summit, in Santa Clara, it reveals the Xeon roadmap through 2020.
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    Re: Intel shows off the SSD DC P4500, a 32TB 'Ruler' SSD

    I would have thought the meltdown resistant Xeon would be the real headline here.

    Charlie seems quite down on Intel's next few years though...

    https://semiaccurate.com/2018/08/07/...-they-know-it/

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    Re: Intel shows off the SSD DC P4500, a 32TB 'Ruler' SSD

    More info about the Intel Xeon Roadmap from this press release:


    -> Cascade Lake is a future Intel Xeon Scalable processor based on 14nm technology that will introduce Intel Optane DC persistent memory and a set of new AI features called Intel DL Boost. This embedded AI accelerator will speed deep learning inference workloads, with an expected 11 times faster image recognition than the current generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors when they launched in July 2017. Cascade Lake is targeted to begin shipping late this year.

    -> Cooper Lake is a future Intel Xeon Scalable processor that is based on 14nm technology. Cooper Lake will introduce a new generation platform with significant performance improvements, new I/O features, new Intel® DL Boost capabilities (Bfloat16) that improve AI/deep learning training performance, and additional Intel Optane DC persistent memory innovations. Cooper Lake is targeted for 2019 shipments.

    -> Ice Lake is a future Intel Xeon Scalable processor based on 10nm technology that shares a common platform with Cooper Lake and is planned as a fast follow-on targeted for 2020 shipments.

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    Re: Intel shows off the SSD DC P4500, a 32TB 'Ruler' SSD

    Reminds me of the 5ghz, 28 core processor that Intel 'released' a few weeks ago, that needed an industrial chiller, and custom MB to work.

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    Re: Intel shows off the SSD DC P4500, a 32TB 'Ruler' SSD

    Quote Originally Posted by ohmaheid View Post
    Reminds me of the 5ghz, 28 core processor that Intel 'released' a few weeks ago, that needed an industrial chiller, and custom MB to work.
    If you can't win a fair fight, have an unfair one. And then attempt to adjust the rules to justify it as fair.

    "My CPUs don't compete on multithreaded in the desktop space, so I'll use golden sample server chips with custom seen-nowhere alterations without any context, then suddenly run away with them when people ask questions"

    "It was just a tech demo lol"

    Of course in this case it seems to be that Intel SSDs compete sort-of-favourably in certain tasks but have lower capacity, AIUI. So..

    "My SSDs compete poorly with better value competition in the server space, so I'll glue a bunch of them together to create something halfway abstract with big theoretical specs"

    "It's a new standard format lol"

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    Re: Intel shows off the SSD DC P4500, a 32TB 'Ruler' SSD

    Really great, it will be nice to see mechanical hard-drives gone one day. And, i think ill wait it out for Copper Lake.

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    Re: Intel shows off the SSD DC P4500, a 32TB 'Ruler' SSD

    Quote Originally Posted by ETR316 View Post
    Really great, it will be nice to see mechanical hard-drives gone one day.
    I think you might have a long wait! There are still areas where an HDD has the edge over an SSD.

    See the discussion here:

    https://forums.hexus.net/hexus-news/...roduction.html
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