Intel shows off its Arctic Sound-M datacenter GPU

During its recent ‘Vision’ event, Intel shared details about its upcoming Arctic Sound-M (ATS-M) GPU. ATS-M is Intel’s general purpose data center GPU. It is designed for compute and transcoding operations and is configured to form the backbone of Intel’s and its customers’ cloud gaming and streaming services.

ATS-M will come in two versions, with respective TDPs of 75W and 150W. It is designed to be a flexible and scalable solution for cloud providers. A single card can support up to eight 4K streams or more than 30 1080p streams per card, which means up to 120 streams per node or 13,000 per rack.

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