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The 2019 Tech Innovator Awards

The ability to empower solution providers with truly differentiated offerings is the crowning achievement of our Tech Innovator winners and finalists for 2019.

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Processors

Winner: 

Intel Xeon Scalable, Second Generation

With its second-generation Xeon Scalable processor series, Intel is taking a major leap toward redefining data center performance. The processor family introduces powerful new capabilities to meet the demands of high-performance workloads such as AI. Via Intel's Deep Learning Boost technology, the second-gen Xeon Scalable processors are the first to feature built-in inference acceleration for AI workloads. The highest-performance member of the processor family is the Xeon Scalable Platinum 9200, which offers up to 56 cores along with a unique design where each CPU core has access to expanded memory interfaces. Notably, the second-gen Xeon Scalable series also represents the most comprehensive Xeon stack Intel has ever delivered, with more than 50 standard SKUs and dozens of custom SKUs.

Finalist:

AMD EPYC, Second Generation

AMD is advancing its fight to win data center market share with its second-generation EPYC processors, which are the first 7-nanometer server CPUs and feature up to 64 cores with base frequencies of up to 3.2GHz. The processors are primed to enable high-performance workloads such as artificial intelligence and machine learning.

 
 
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