Flexible, Robust, and the Industry's Most Open GPU Solution for the Intelligent Visual Cloud
The Intel® Data Center GPU Flex Series supports an open, standards-based software stack optimized for density and quality. With critical server capabilities for high reliability, availability, and scalability, the GPU supports media streaming and cloud gaming. Later capabilities will include support for AI visual inference and virtual desktop infrastructure workloads.
The Intel Data Center GPU Flex Series reduces the need for data centers to use disparate solutions to manage heterogeneous or proprietary environments.
Using the industry's first data center GPU with a hardware AV1 encoder, optimized by the Intel® oneAPI Video Processing Library (oneVPL), the Intel Data Center GPU Flex Series provides stunning video performance.†1
5x media transcode and decode throughput at half the power of the competition
8 simultaneous 4Kp60 streams, or more than 30 simultaneous 1080p60 streams per PCIe* card
Android* Cloud Gaming
The Intel Data Center GPU Flex Series provides a standards-based, high throughput, low total cost of ownership foundation for cloud gaming that helps providers build efficient, effective infrastructure. The platform brings together high gameplay quality with a high density of game instances per server.
Intel® GPU and CPU compatible code stacks using oneAPI
Up to 68 select 720p30 game streams on Intel Data Center GPU Flex Series 170
Up to 46 select 720p30 game streams on Intel Data Center GPU Flex Series 140
The Intel Data Center GPU Flex Series is ideal for AI inference workloads, including smart city, library indexing and compliance, and AI-guided video enhancement workloads. The Intel® AI Analytics Toolkit supports the most common AI frameworks, TensorFlow* and PyTorch*, and the optimization of AI algorithms from other frameworks through the Intel® Distribution of OpenVINO™ toolkit.
Support for the most popular AI frameworks
Scale code from Intel® Xeon® processors to Intel Data Center GPU Flex Series
Delivers AI optimized kernels using the Intel® oneAPI Deep Neural Network Library (oneDNN), part of the Intel AI Analytics Toolkit
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)
The Intel Data Center GPU Flex Series supports multiple virtual GPU (vGPU) configuration and scheduling options for VDI solutions to meet different customer workload and quality of service (QoS) requirements. Intel provides virtual GPU software licenses to customers for free to help lower their total cost of ownership in VDI deployments.
Hardware-based single root I/O virtualization (SR-IOV)
Flexible vGPU management such as support for multiple configurations and scheduling options
Strong ecosystem support including VMware ESXi*, VMware Horizon*, Citrix* Desktop as a Service (DaaS), and more
Intel® XPU Manager (Intel® XPUM) is a free and open source solution built on top of the Intel® oneAPI Level Zero interface for monitoring and managing Intel® Data Center GPUs. Intel XPUM is a complete solution for GPU administration, location and topology, telemetry and health monitoring, diagnostics, firmware updating, setting GPU policies, and configuration. Use Intel XPUM as a stand-alone solution through its command-line interface for local GPU management, and through RESTful APIs for remote GPU management. It also includes a local library for third-party solution integration, such as workload and cluster managers, job schedulers, and monitoring solutions.
Intel® Data Center GPU Flex Series
Intel Data Center GPU Flex Series is flexible, robust, and the industry's most open GPU solution for the intelligent visual cloud.