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8 Big Intel Data Center Announcements: From Cooper Lake To Xe

The semiconductor giant just made several announcements for its data center business, including the launch of its new Xeon Scalable processors and Optane Persistent Memory modules as well as new disclosures around Intel's upcoming Xe GPUs and Habana AI processors.

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Updates, Launches Galore For Intel's Data Center Biz

Intel unleashed its next generation of data center products Thursday, consisting of a new set of Xeon Scalable processors code-named Cooper Lake, Optane Persistent Memory modules and SSDs.

But the Santa Clara, Calif.-based company also provided an update on more products coming out in the future, including a new generation of Xeon processors code-named Sapphire Rapids and Xe data center GPUs, the latter of which are expected to create more competition for rivals Nvidia and AMD.

[Related: Nvidia's 5 Biggest GTC 2020 Announcements: From A100 To SmartNICs ]

The company also disclosed a new artificial intelligence-focused FPGA called the Intel Stratix 10 NX and provided more details on its third-generation Movidius visual processing unit and Gaudi and Goya AI processors in development from Intel's $2 billion acquisition of Habana Labs last year.

What follows are the eight biggest data center announcements Intel made during a mid-June briefing.

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