Intel is bringing its HPC platform to the cloud, bringing its Intel® Stream-Ready HPC and Intel® XE4 4K Streaming platforms together for the first time ever. The Intel® Streaming Platform is designed to provide a high-performance, low-latency, high-throughput, low power solution to address the needs of the cloud and its rapidly evolving data needs.
This new platform is based on the Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processor (E5-2640 v4) family, which Intel has dubbed the Stream-E platform.
The Stream-Core platform, on the other hand, is optimized for the new Intel® Intel® Core™ M processor architecture, with an Intel® Hyper-Threading Technology (Intel® HT Technology) support, and is designed for high-bandwidth applications such as streaming video and real-time analytics.
The Intel Stream-C and Stream-R platforms will be available in Intel® x86-64 processors, the Intel Xeon E5 family, and the Intel Core M family.
Both the Intel Stream C and Stream R processors support the latest 4K video and audio streaming services, as well as HD video encoding and decoding.
The latest versions of the Intel Streaming Platform support a range of data storage options, including Intel® SSDs, NVMe and SATA SSDs.
These new platforms will provide customers with a more efficient, scalable, and scalable solution to meet the needs for data storage and high-capacity applications.
Intel has also partnered with leading companies such as Oracle, Rackspace, and Oracle Data Center to deliver a range for customers to deploy Stream-ready applications.
These include data-center management solutions, storage analytics solutions, cloud-based services, cloud computing applications, and mobile applications.
These new platforms also offer the ability to scale to large data centers and to offer high-speed data processing for large scale applications.
The products are designed for a broad spectrum of customers, and are ready to ship as early as next year.