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  • Intel intros new quad-core Xeons as AMD Barcelona nears

    With AMD's quad-core Barcelona processor slated for systems next month, Intel announced two new quad-core Xeons that feature improved virtualization capabilities, performance enhancements and new energy efficiencies.

    Bridget Botelho3,260 pointsBadges:
  • Intel shrinks Xeon with new Penryn 45-nanometer processor

    Intel's latest-generation Xeon is a 45-nanometer processor, packing more than 400 billion transistors on the platform.

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  • Intel Xeon 5600 x86 chips can swap into 5500s

    New "Westmere" processor can swap into current Intel Xeon 5500s, a benefit for end users who bought Nehalem servers last year.

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  • ‘Big data’ shops eye cheaper four-socket Intel Xeon servers

    What once required high-end Intel E7 processors and motherboards now fits into a lower-cost E5-4600 four-socket Intel Xeon system, suitable for scale-out workloads in HPC and big data.

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  • Sun x86 servers to include Intel chips

    Sun Microsystems announced that it will include Intel Xeon chips in a new line of x86 servers. In return, Intel will start supporting and endorsing Solaris on its chip architecture.

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  • Intel intros low-voltage quad-core Xeon ahead of AMD

    Intel's first foray into low-voltage processors may have been a flop, but data center managers' increased interest in power efficiency bodes well for its new quad-core Xeon processor.

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  • AMD demos live migration between Intel and AMD processors

    For the first time, AMD and Red Hat demonstrated that live migration of virtual machines across AMD and Intel Xeon-based servers is possible. To date, live migration has been possible only between similar processor families.

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  • Intel releases dual-core Xeon ‘Tulsa’ chip for high-end x86 market

    Intel today released its new dual-core chip for high-end x86 multiprocessor servers. Earlier this year, it released a dual-core for lower end servers. The flurry of activity this summer, with AMD releasing a dual-core server chip of its own, is a sign of the growing rivalry between Intel and AMD.

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