Intel to intro 8-core "Nehalem-EX" Xeon processor

Intel is expected to introduce an 8-core processor "Nehalem-EX" Xeon processor is designed for servers that can use more than two processors (referred to as "sockets" in server argot). Currently, Intel is shipping Nehalem Xeon processors for servers with two sockets. Nehalem is the same architecture used in Intel's Core i7 desktop processor line. The Nehalem-EX […]

Intel is expected to introduce an 8-core processor "Nehalem-EX" Xeon processor is designed for servers that can use more than two processors (referred to as "sockets" in server argot). Currently, Intel is shipping Nehalem Xeon processors for servers with two sockets. Nehalem is the same architecture used in Intel's Core i7 desktop processor line. The Nehalem-EX is expected to become Intel's top-line Xeon processor. Currently, the six-core "Dunnington" processor, based on Intel's older Penryn architecture, is Intel's highest-performance chip for multi-processor servers.

Source:→ CNet

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