Mar 6 2012 - Coming into today’s announcement of the Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600/1600 product family, Intel has been sharing some striking statistics for computing trends that point to a need to improve server networking, bandwidth, and overall performance.
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Mar 6 2012 - There will be 3.2 billion users on the internet by the end of 2015, she said, over 1 billion more than we had in 2010. More than 15 billion devices will be connected to the internet at that time, and over 1 zettabyte of traffic will be flowing over it. Al
Mar 6 2012 - "The E5 is the heart of the data center," Diane Bryant vice president and general manager of Intel's Connected Systems Group said during a press event for the launch of the E5. "Over the past decade, we have seen an over 100x improvement in raw performanc
Mar 6 2012 - The Xeon E5-2600 chips, which offer up to eight cores, will enable data centers to handle a world where there will be more than 3 billion Internet users with more than 15 billion connected devices by 2015, per numbers compiled by Cisco Systems. And all th
Mar 6 2012 - At 8 GTransfers/second max, PCIe Gen 3 is a screaming link for a PC.
Mar 6 2012 - According to Intel, the new Xeon E5-2600 series was developed in response to the rapid rise in data center IP traffic and cloud computing adoption. The company forecasted that data centers will support approximately 15 billion connected devices and over 3
Mar 6 2012 - Intel on Tuesday lifted the curtain on its Xeon E5-2600 family of processors, promising that the new dual-socket server and workstation chips will provide up to 80 percent better performance than the company's previous generation of dual-socket Xeon 5600
Mar 6 2012 - Intel's last major server upgrade was in March 2010, when the company announced the Xeon 5600 servers. Intel's current portfolio of server chips includes low-end Xeon E3 chips based on the Sandy Bridge micro-architecture for servers with up to 2 sockets,