Intel Corp. is projected to release its highly-anticipated eight-core Intel Xeon microprocessors for dual-socket servers in March, 2012. The new chips will be based on Sandy Bridge-EP design with all cores activated and will be very competitive on both server as well as ultra high-end workstation markets.
Intel Xeon E5 “Sandy Bridge-EP” microprocessors with up to eight SNB-class x86 cores, quad-channel memory controller, up to 20MB of cache and other advantages, will be formally launched at CeBIT 2012 trade-show, on the 6th of March, 2012, according to unofficial information from VR-Zone web-site.
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Re: Intel eight-core Romley platform to arrive in March? by rickstr on Saturday, June 30 2012 @ 12:52:24 CEST
After all competition is a good thing. The ball, in my opinion, is still on the side of AMD, but I feel that soon everything will be not so simple. Companies began to stir