Telecom operator Reliance Jio, the Center for Development of Advanced Computing (CDAC) and the data center CtrlS have announced the use of Intel’s third-generation Exxon scalable processor. US chip maker Intel has given this information. During the launch event of this processor, Reliance Jio’s Senior Vice President, Ayush Bhatnagar stated that the company would like to leverage the new processor for 5G services and to run blockchain-enabled use cases.
Bhatnagar said that the 5G workload would require infrastructure that would perform at its best. Increased data consumption, edge computing and rapid expansion of cloud-native 5G networks will require processors to meet these demands. The third-generation Intel Exxon scalable processor is a significant achievement in this development journey.
Intel has unveiled new processors using 10 nanometer (nm) processor technology with 400 million per processor. The company claims that this processor will provide 2.65 times the average performance compared to a 5-year-old system.
VP & MD-Sales, Marketing & Communications Group, Intel India, stated that Intel’s 3rd Generation Xeon Scalable processor delivers flexible architectures with built-in acceleration and advanced security capabilities that add to the complexities of workload diversification. Apart from these companies, ESDS, Pi Datacenters and Wipro Ltd. There are some other large companies that will use this new processor.