New Intel Xenon Server chips

Published on by Hamish Oscar Lawrence

Last week Intel announced a new family of family processors, aimed at accelerating mission-critical computing. The new processor family contains 18 new processors for two-, four- and eight-socket servers, and is expandable to servers with 256 sockets.

The record-setting Intel® Xeon® processor E7-8800/4800/2800 product families build on Intel's previous generation of server processors to set a new standard for high-end computing applications, including business intelligence, real-time data analytics and virtualization. Strengthening the line of defense for data centers, the new processors also provide advanced security features that ensure greater data integrity. --Intel

For more details/features of the new family, check out this link.


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Hamish joined Bobcares in July of 2004, and since then has grown to be well versed in the Control Panels and Operating systems used in the Web Hosting industry today. He is highly passionate about Linux and is a great evangelist of open-source. When not at work, he keeps himself busy populating this blog with both technical and non-technical posts. When he is not on his Xbox, he is an avid movie lover and critic