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Intel Finalizes ‘Intel on Demand’ Pay-As-You-Go Mechanism for CPUs

This week, Intel revealed additional details about the software-defined silicon (SDSi) capabilities of its next-generation Xeon Scalable processors, as well as the official brand name for the technology. The technology, casually dubbed “Intel On Demand,” allows a system administrator to enable dedicated accelerators integrated into his Intel’s 4th Generation Xeon Scalable “Sapphire Rapids” processors.

Intel releases this week SDSi patch update (opens in new tab) It was reportedly integrated into Linux 5.18, revealing more details about this feature than the patch itself. phonics (opens in new tab)Software that enables certain built-in acceleration features of Intel’s 4th Gen Xeon Scalable Sapphire Rapids (opens in new tab) The CPU (and possibly its successor) is called Intel On Demand and does the following:

  • Detects features that are physically present on a particular CPU.
  • Suggest to the administrator to activate them.
  • Allows administrators to rate how often features are used.

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