Intel Stratix 10 came out last month and the chip is 10-100 times faster than the chips that are found in consumer devices. According to Intel this is the fastest chip on the planet as of right now and is capable of 10 TFLOPS, or 10 trillion floating point operations per second, which is very incredible but that is not the only thing that makes the Intel Stratix 10 unique.
The CPU is a field programmable gate arrays (FPGA) which means that it can be programmed remotely or on the fly. These kinds of chips are very useful when dealing with speech-recognition, artificial intelligence, next-generation wireless networks, advanced search engines and high-performance computing.
The Intel Stratix 10 features 30 billion transistors, which is triple the number of transistors as compared the even the fastest chips found in laptops and desktops today. If you want an example of the power of the Intel Stratix 10 then imagine a CPU processing the data of 420 Blu-ray Discs in a mere second. That is the power of the Intel Stratix 10.
In other news regarding CPU Intel released the mainstream 8th generation of CPUs as well as the suitable motherboards. AMD on the other side is ready to with AMD Ryzen 2000 series CPUs with the AMD Ryzen 2700X at the front line. We have been getting some really great reports regarding the chips and we will let you in on some official numbers as soon as we can.
On the GPU side of things, Nvidia is trying to get a competitive edge on the market by offering the Nvidia GeForce Partners Program but AMD is not having it. AMD partners will be rebranding and introducing new series of AMD graphics cards. We will keep you updated regarding all this so stay tuned to SegmentNext for more information.
Let us know what you think about the Intel Stratix 10.