Knights Landing – New Intel Xeon Phi

The new Knights Landing or KNL Intel® Xeon Phi™ is Intel’s first processor to deliver the performance of an accelerator with the benefits of a standard host CPU. Designed to help solve your biggest challenges faster and with greater efficiency, the KNL Intel Xeon Phi processor enables machines to rapidly learn without being explicitly programmed. It also helps drive new breakthroughs using high performance modeling and simulation, visualization and data analytics.

Solve Your Biggest Challenges Faster

Designed from the ground up to eliminate bottlenecks, the Knights Landing Intel Xeon Phi processor is Intel’s first bootable host processor specifically designed for highly parallel workloads, and the first to integrate both memory and fabric technologies.

Featuring up to 72 powerful and efficient cores with ultra-wide vector capabilities (Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions or AVX-512), the KNL Intel Xeon Phi processor raises the bar for highly parallel computing. With no dependency on the PCIe bus, the versatile processor is capable of handling a wide variety of workloads and configurations that are not supported by accelerators.

Integration of 16GB of high-bandwidth memory delivers up to 490 GB/s of sustained memory bandwidth for memory-bound workloads2, and the available dual-port Intel® Omni-Path Fabric further reduces solution cost, power and space utilization.

More than a coprocessor; it’s a whole server

Knight Landing serverThe new Knights Landing Xeon Phi Compute Blocks are specifically designed for parallelized workflows in the high performance computing (HPC) market. Contact your Advanced Clustering sales representative today to learn more. If you’re new to Advanced Clustering, email us today.

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Intel Xeon Phi processor options

Xeon Phi 7290

Based on Knights Landing KNL

  • 72x 1.5GHz cores
  • 16GB of memory
  • 7.2GT/s memory bandwidth
  • 3.45 teraflop double-precision
  • 245W TDP

Xeon Phi 7250

Based on Knights Landing KNL

  • 68x 1.4GHz cores
  • 16GB of memory
  • 7.2 GT/s memory bandwidth
  • 3.05 teraflop double-precision
  • 215W TDP

Xeon Phi 7230

Based on Knights Landing KNL

  • 64x 1.3GHz cores
  • 16GB of memory
  • 7.2 GT/s memory bandwidth
  • 2.66 teraflop double-precision
  • 215W TDP

Xeon Phi 7210

Based on Knights Landing KNL

  • 64x 1.3GHz cores
  • 16GB of memory
  • 6.4GT/s memory bandwidth
  • 2.66 teraflop gigaflop double-precision
  • 215W TDP

Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor options

Xeon Phi 3120

Based on Knights Corner

  • passive or active cooling
  • 57x 1.1GHz cores
  • 6GB of memory
  • 240 GB/s memory bandwidth
  • 1,003 gigaflop double-precision
  • 300W TDP

Xeon Phi 5110

Based on Knights Corner

  • 60x 1.053GHz cores
  • 8GB of memory
  • 320 GB/s memory bandwidth
  • 1,011 gigaflop double-precision
  • 225W TDP

Xeon Phi 7120

Based on Knights Corner

  • 61x 1.238GHz cores
  • 16GB of memory
  • 352 GB/s memory bandwidth
  • 1,220 gigaflop double-precision
  • 300W TDP

Systems that support accelerators (including Xeon Phi)

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