Product Id: 32441317
Description: Intel Xeon Phi Coprocessor 7250 - 1.4 GHz - 68-core - 34 MB cache - LGA3647 Socket - OEM
Mfr Part #: HJ8066702859200
Extracting extreme performance from highly-parallel applications just got easier. Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors, based on Intel Many Integrated Core (MIC) architecture, complement the industry-leading performance and energy-efficiency of the Intel Xeon processor E5 family to enable dramatic performance gains for some of today's most demanding applications - up to 1.2 teraflops per coprocessor. You can now achieve optimized performance for even your most highly-parallel technical computing workloads, while maintaining a unified hardware and software environment.
- Up to 1.2 teraflops of double-precision performance per coprocessor
- Simplified development and dual-benefit for performance optimization
- Exceptional execution flexibility
- Simple scaling
- Exceptional compute density and energy efficiency
- Flexible integration and scalability
- Best flexibility for optimizing workload performance
- Even higher efficiency for parallel processing
While a majority of applications will continue to achieve maximum performance using Intel Xeon processors, certain highly-parallel applications will benefit dramatically by using Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors. Each coprocessor features many more and smaller cores, many more threads, and wider vector units. The high degree of parallelism compensates for the lower speed of each individual core to deliver higher aggregate performance for highly parallel code.
- A single programming model for all your code
A broad ecosystem of programming languages, models, and tools support Intel architecture and all of them can be used with Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors. Applications that run on one processor family will run on the other. This uniformity can greatly reduce the complexity of software development. Existing applications will need to be tuned and recompiled to maximize throughput, but your developers won't need to rethink the entire problem or master new tools and programming models. Instead, they can reuse existing code and maintain a common code base using familiar tools and methods.