The Intel Xeon Phi processor is a bootable host processor that delivers massive parallelism and vectorization to support the most demanding high-performance computing applications. The integrated and power-efficient architecture delivers significantly more compute per unit of energy consumed versus comparable platforms to give you an improved total cost of ownership.1 The integration of memory and fabric topples the memory wall and reduces cost to help you solve your biggest challenges faster.
Accelerate your most demanding HPC and hyperscale data center workloads with NVIDIA Tesla GPUs. Data scientists and researchers can now parse petabytes of data orders of magnitude faster than they could using traditional CPUs, in applications ranging from energy exploration to deep learning. Tesla accelerators also deliver the horsepower needed to run bigger simulations faster than ever before. Plus, Tesla delivers the highest performance and user density for virtual desktops, applications, and workstations.
Intel Xeon Phi is ranked 3rd in Enterprise GPU while NVIDIA Tesla is ranked 1st in Enterprise GPU. Intel Xeon Phi is rated 0.0, while NVIDIA Tesla is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Intel Xeon Phi is most compared with Radeon Instinct, NVIDIA TITAN V, NVIDIA DGX-1 and Intel Movidius Myriad X VPU, whereas NVIDIA Tesla is most compared with Radeon Instinct, Intel Movidius Myriad 2 VPU, NVIDIA TITAN V, NVIDIA DGX-1 and Intel Nervana Neural Network Processor.
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