Intel shows off its Arctic Sound-M datacentre GPU



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

ATS-M will come in two versions, with respective TDPs of 75W and 150W. It’s 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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