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Intel Romley server platform delayed due to SAS problems

Posted on Friday, November 25 2011 @ 22:45:25 CET by

DigiTimes reports Intel has delayed the introduction of its Romley server platform to the first week of March 2012 due to SAS storage issues in the chipset.
Intel's delay of its Romley server platform to the first week of March 2012 has been caused by problems with SAS storage after pairing Sandy Bridge-EP processors with C600 chipsets, according to sources from Taiwan-based server supply chain makers.

Although the problems are gradually being resolved, as the market has been sluggish and enterprises have almost used up their 2011 IT budgets, Intel internally believes that a delay will not significantly influence the server industry, the sources said.

Intel will launch Xeon E5-2600 and E5-1600 series processors to pair with C600 chipsets in the first quarter of 2012 and will launch the Carlow platform that features Ivy Bridge-E2 (E3-1200) series CPUs, paired with the C216 chipset, at a later time.



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