Tonight (Aug. 6), Intel announced that the next generation of Xeon Scalable processor family (code Cooper Lake) will achieve a single-way interface of up to 56 cores.
Cooper Lake's most powerful x86 first built-in standardized AI acceleration training feature, supporting bfloat16,It is scheduled to be launched in the first half of 2020.
According to previously published information, Cooper Lake is built using Intel's fourth generation 14nm process. Although the current high platinum 9200 series is also the highest 56 core 112 threads, Intel said that Cooper Lake is a LGA independent interface, not a BGA dual-chip integrated package, power consumption will be lower.
According to the news, Intel's new interface is expected to be LGA4189 (currently LGA3647), while the 10nm Ice Lake to Strong processor will continue to use LGA4189.
In addition, to the strong platinum 9200 series processors have begun to accept OEM purchase orders, customers including Lenovo, Hewlett-Packard Enterprises, Atos, Penguin, Megware and so on.