Chalk Talk Covers Strategy and Design Behind 4th Gen Intel Xeon Scalable Processors

Virtual session discusses the ‘how and why’ behind solving complex customer problems with new technology.




​On Oct. 25, Intel closed out its Chalk Talk series with a presentation focusing on the strategy and design for its 4th Gen Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors, formerly code-named Sapphire Rapids.

Building on earlier acceleration and security Chalk Talks, this session provided context on the product vision and strategy, as well as key insights into how Intel is solving customer problems.

Led by Lisa Spelman, corporate vice president and general manager of Intel Xeon Products, and Ronak Singhal, Intel Senior Fellow, the session highlighted Intel’s work alongside its customers and partners to deliver technology innovation for the highest value and highest growth workloads – from AI to traditional high-performance computing to analytics to networking and storage, and for deployments ranging from cloud to edge. With the most built-in accelerators of any CPU on the market, 4th Gen Intel Xeon processors are designed for real-world applications, increased performance, power-efficient computing and strong security, as well as being optimized for overall total cost of ownership. Spelman and Singhal also detailed upcoming features and demonstrations of real-world workloads.

During the session, Spelman said, “At Intel, we have this strong rich history of developing platform features and capabilities that lead the industry forward, and we work very hard to solve real-world customer problems.” 

For information on Intel’s 4th Gen Xeon Chalk Talk series, view videos from previous acceleration and security sessions.

Moving forward, now that 4th Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processor volume SKUs have met product release qualifications and the company is starting to ramp-up deployment, Intel – along with its partners and customers – will be hosting a launch event on Jan. 10. Additional details to follow.

All the Chalk Talks: