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Intel has started the shipment of its Ponte Vecchio GPUs to Argonne lab

Intel announced that its Data Center GPU, also known as Ponte Vecchio (PVC), is now shipping in blade servers to Argonne lab, marking a significant milestone. The performance of the Argonne supercomputer will be increased to up to petaFLOP using PVC GPUs from Intel, which are based on the Xe HPC architecture. They are paired with the recently released 4th generation Xeon scalable processors from Intel.

Featuring 128 Xe Cores, 128 RT Cores, up to 64 MB of L1 Cache, and up to 408 MB of L2 Cache, the Intel Ponte Vecchio GPU is a significant product.

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Additionally, HBM2e has been employed, and the IO can connect up to 8 separate dies. A significant amount of processing power is delivered using Xe Link and PCIe Gen 5. It is built using a combination of Intel 7 and TSMC N5 and N7 chips packaged utilising EMIB and Foveros techniques.

Many reports had been spread that this specific contract might be terminated or that Intel wouldn’t be able to fulfil its obligations under the contract with PVC (or even that PVC was shut down), but this should disprove all of those allegations. Not only is PVC still alive and well, but it has also begun to ship, albeit a little late, to its intended end-user.

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Nivedita Bangari
Nivedita Bangari
I am a software engineer by profession and technology is my love, learning and playing with new technologies is my passion.
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