After the succesfull launch of the Intel Scalable Processor Series earlier this year, Intel now has unveiled their latest Processor Family: Intel Xeon W.
This New CPU series is designed for Single Socket Professional Workstations.
The new Xeon W family is not based on the Xeon Scalable Processor design.
The Xeon W range’s flagship model is the Xeon W-2195 which includes 18 cores and 36 threads (18c/32t) running at a 2.3GHz base frequency and 4.3GHz turbo frequency, 24.75MB of unified cache, and a 140W thermal design profile (TDP).
The entry point, meanwhile, is the Xeon W-2123, which is a four-core eight-thread (4c/8t) part running at 3.6GHz base and 3.9GHz turbo with 8.25MB of cache in a 120W TDP.
From there the models go to 6c/12t, 8c/16t, and 10c/20t.
Each supports up to 512GB of DDR4 memory across four memory channels with ECC support, includes 48 PCI Express lanes