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Google Cloud Platform is the first cloud provider to offer Intel Skylake

By Urs Hölzle, Senior Vice President, Google Cloud Infrastructure

February 27, 2017

I’m excited to announce that Google Cloud Platform (GCP) is the first cloud provider to offer the next generation Intel Xeon processor, codenamed Skylake.

Customers across a range of industries, including healthcare, media and entertainment and financial services ask for the best performance and efficiency for their high-performance compute workloads. With Skylake processors, GCP customers are the first to benefit from the next level of performance.

Skylake includes Intel Advanced Vector Extensions (AVX-512), which make it ideal for scientific modeling, genomic research, 3D rendering, data analytics and engineering simulations. When compared to previous generations, Skylake’s AVX-512 doubles the floating-point performance for the heaviest calculations.

We optimized Skylake for Google Compute Engine’s complete family of VMs  standard, highmem, highcpu and Custom Machine Types to help bring the next generation of high performance compute instances to everyone.
 

"Google and Intel have had a long standing engineering partnership working on Data Center innovation. We're happy to see the latest Intel Xeon technology now available on Google Cloud Infrastructure. This technology delivers significant enhancements for compute-intensive workloads, efficiently accelerating data analytics that businesses depend on for operations and growth.”  Diane Bryant, Intel Executive Vice President and GM of the Data Center Group
Skylake processors are available in five GCP regions: Western US, Eastern US, Central US, Western Europe and Eastern Asia Pacific. Sign up here to take advantage of the new Skylake processors.

You can learn more about Skylake for Google Compute Engine and see it in action at
Google Cloud NEXT ’17 in San Francisco on March 8-10. Register today!

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