The GPU power Intel for data centers The Flex Series helps free customers from the limitations of proprietary, isolated environments and reduces the need for data centers to use separate, discrete solutions.
Intel offers customers a single GPU or graphics processing solution built to flexibly handle a wide range of workloads without compromising performance or quality. It also helps reduce and optimize total cost of ownership for various cloud workloads such as streaming media, cloud gaming, AI, metaverse, and other emerging visual cloud use cases.
“We are in the midst of a ‘pixel explosion’ driven by more consumers, more apps and higher resolutions. Today’s data center infrastructure is under intense pressure to compute, encode, decode, move, store, and display visual information. The Intel Flex Series GPU is an innovative design that uniquely solves today’s computing demands while providing flexibility and scalability for tomorrow’s immersive experiences,” said Jeff McVeigh of Intel.
Intel Flex GPU
Intel Flex Series GPUs address quality, density, and latency requirements. Featuring the industry’s first hardware-based AV1 encoder on a data center GPU, the Flex Series GPU delivers five times the media transcoding performance, and two times the decoding performance, at half the power. than competitive solutions. It offers more than 30% improvement in bandwidth for significant savings in total value of ownership (TCO), as well as broad support for multimedia tools, APIs, work and the latest codecs.
Powered by Intel Xe-HPG architecture and supported by a broad ecosystem of hardware vendors and software developers, these GPUs offer flexible scaling of AI inference workloads, from media analytics to smart cities and the display of medical images between CPUs and GPUs, without blocking developers with proprietary software.
Flex-series GPU solutions overcome these limitations while offering significant advantages over alternative solutions by improving flexibility, scalability, and power consumption. Offers lower TCO for solution providers by supporting more subscribers with fewer servers.