Intel to phase out Dempsey and Paxville CPUs

Posted on Monday, Jul 09 2007 @ 01:10 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
DigiTimes reports Intel is phasing out its Xeon 5000 Dempsey processors in July and the Xeon 7000 Paxville series in August.
With the low acceptance of Dempsey and Paxville MP processors in the server market, the phase-out plan will assist Intel in simplifying its product lines and will benefit server vendors and ODMs, noted the sources.

Intel is currently pushing its Xeon 7100 series processors (Tulsa) in the 4-way server market, while pushing its Xeon 5100 (Woodcrest) and Xeon 5300 (Clovertown) series processors in the 2-way server market and its Xeon 3000 (Conroe) and Xeon 3200 (Kentsfield) series processors in the 1-way server market, according to the sources.

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