- 16.5 MB L3 Cache
- 12 Cores
- 24 Threads
- 85.0 W Max TDP
- 2.10 GHz Clock Speed
- 3.00 GHz Max Turbo Frequency
Intel® Xeon® Silver processors deliver essential performance, improved memory speed, and power efficiency. Hardware-enhanced performance required for entry data center computes, network, and storage.
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Experience the performance gains, cost and time savings enabled with Intel Xeon Silver processor family-based systems network appliances with hardware-enhanced virtualization capabilities, taking Virtualized Network Functions to a whole new level.
With support for Intel® Hyper-Threading Technology and Intel® Turbo Boost Technology 2.0, you gain the hardware-enhanced performance boost your entry data center compute requires.
With double the flops per clock cycle compared to previous generation Intel® AVX23, boost performance for your most demanding computational tasks in applications such as modelling and simulation, data analytics and machine learning, data compression, visualization and digital content creation.
New enhancements deliver advanced RAS (reliability, availability and serviceability) and server uptime for your most critical workloads. Hardware-assisted capabilities diagnose and recover from previously fatal errors, and also help ensure data integrity within the memory subsystem.
Intel® QAT enables hardware acceleration for cryptography and data compression, freeing the host processor to focus on other critical workloads.
High speed integrated data interconnect fabric for cost-effective deployment of HPC clusters.
Provides up to 4x10GbE high speed ethernet capability for high data throughput and low latency workloads, reducing total system cost, power consumption and network latency1. Ideal for software-defined storage solutions, NVM Express* over fabric solutions and virtual machine migrations.
Network latency and throughput data were collected with select performance tool and workload compared to equivalent non-RDMA latency and throughput data with Intel® Ethernet Controller X710 on the same server platforms under the same settings and conditions. Cost and power consumption savings are based on the estimation with comparison to Intel® Ethernet Controller XL710 on formerly known Grantly platform.