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Intel quietly cut off the next generation Knights Hill Xeon Phi chip

via:cnBeta.COM     time:2017/11/14 13:14:35     readed:420


Although we didn't go deep into the study of "Knights Hill" for the first time, but there werepertinent detailsShow it will be"Knights LandingXeon Phi family successor (based on manufacturing, process 10nm and fusion for the company is the second generation of Omni-Path interconnection system).

Despite the business conspiracy theory, the company is more likely to fall into the dilemma of bringing 10-nm products into the market. The first consumer 10-nm chips named "Cannon Lake" are scheduled to be installedBefore the end of this yearStart shipping, mass listing will not wait until next year officially announced.

At present, Intel has demonstrated the Cannon Lake processor, only in theFour super booksThe new ones show that the new process will force the miniaturization of the core. But in view of the monster core area of Xeon Phi chip, its capacity and timely listing are facing severe test.

As for this strategic adjustment will be rightKnights Mill Xeon Phi(Intel's new road map in August), how much impact it has, is not yet known.

Intel claims that Knights Mill will be an ideal depth learning task platform, improving the support of variable precision, and other functions. Originally scheduled forQuarterShipments are expected to learn more about this week.


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