The network has information about the latest Intel server processors. The release of the Cooper Lake-SP processors, which will be the first representatives of the new Whitley platform, is planned in the second quarter of 2020. Cooper Lake-SP will have a TDP of 300 watts. There will be up to 48 cores, but there should also be a model with 56 cores, such as the Xeon Platinum 9282. Its TDP will be 400 watts. Cooper Lake-SP configuration includes up to 64 PCIe 3.0 lines, eight memory channels (for 16 DIMMs) supporting an effective frequency of up to 3200 MHz and four Ultra Path Interconnect (UPI) channels.
The Ice Lake-SP processors, designed for the release of the new 10 nm + process technology, will appear shortly after the release of Cooper Lake-SP, in the third quarter of 2020. These processors will have up to 38 cores with a TDP of up to 270 watts. They will also receive 64 PCIe 4.0 lanes, but they will have three UPI lanes. The eight-channel memory controller will support the second generation Optane DC non-volatile memory.
Processors Intel Ice Lake-SP and Cooper Lake-SP will be released in the performance of LGA 4189.