A central processing unit (CPU) plays a vital role in any computer or server. Specifically, a CPU is responsible for helping a computer or server interact with various applications and programs. One of the main purposes of a CPU is to interpret a program’s instructions to ensure the user receives the intended output on the screen.
CPU technology has come a long way over the years, with companies like Intel leading the way for innovations. Recently, Intel announced a new Granite Rapids chip, which represents the future of 7-nanometer microarchitecture.
Whether you already use a dedicated hosting platform or are thinking about making the switch, you should be aware of this new Intel CPU and what it could mean for the hosting industry.
Let’s take a closer look!
More About Intel’s New 7nm Chip
In March of 2021, Intel’s CEO, Pat Gelsinger, announced a new Granite Rapids 7nm CPU chip that is specifically designed with servers in mind. Currently, this chip is expected to roll out to the public sometime in 2023, although some sources speculate that it may become available as soon as the last quarter of 2022. This chip will be the successor of the previous Sapphire Rapids 10nm chip, offering Optane DC DIMMs and greater overall performance.
What This Means for the Server Industry
Intel’s Granite Rapids 7nm CPU chip has been specifically designed for the server industry, meaning that servers outfitted with this hardware will enjoy even faster performance and improved processing speeds. This is expected to result in shorter page-loading times and greater reliability compared to chips used in previous servers.
What About Intel’s Meteor Lake?
In addition to the release of the Granite Rapids CPU chip, Intel has also discussed a “Meteor Lake” chip that is expected to be released in 2023. Intel’s CEO explained that this chip will use innovative “Foveros” stacking technology during production, which involves stacking computer tiles to create the chips themselves. Between Intel’s Meteor Lake and Granite Rapids chips, the future looks bright for server data centers looking to provide clients with the best possible performance and speeds.
Upgrade Your Hosting Today
If you’re not already using a dedicated server, now is the time to look into making the switch. As you shop around, you may want to explore dedicated server hosting companies that will offer this innovative CPU technology as soon as it becomes available. This will ensure that you receive the best overall performance in your dedicated server CPU. At ReliableSite, we go out of our way to ensure that our servers are up-to-date on the latest technology. This includes taking the time to upgrade our hardware (such as CPU chips) as innovations become available.
To find out more about our dedicated servers and hosting options, reach out to the ReliableSite team today. We offer a wide range of dedicated hosting plans to accommodate your needs, including rapid-deploy servers that can be set up in a matter of minutes.