Google Implement Intel’s Ice lake Xeon Processors

Google Implement Intel’s Ice lake Xeon Processors

Google has stated the availability of upcoming Compute Engine N2 virtual machines (VMs) that run on Intel’s 10nm Ice Lake Xeon Scalable processors. Though it is not formally available today, Google has successfully joined Microsoft, Oracle and Amazon in confirming Intel’s latest generation Xeon Scalable chips that will come to its cloud.

In August, AWS announced the availability of the Ice Lake Xeon Scalable processor. After the revelation of Intel’s new data center chips, Microsoft announced the preview availability.

At the time of the availability of the chips, Intel stated that all the major cloud service providers are thinking to offer Ice Lake-powered cloud services in 2021.

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