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vijay1111
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re: Intel rolls first processor optimized for datacenters
vijay1111   3/7/2012 7:13:02 PM
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The 10GBase-T is bound to take off in heavily virtualized environments.

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re: Intel rolls first processor optimized for datacenters
chanj0   3/6/2012 7:31:54 PM
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The improvement of power consumption in idle mode is impressive. With heavy virtualization, how often is a barebone server idle? "...a 70 percent increase in performance for the same energy consumption." Does it mean absolute performance improvement when the CPU is fully utilized at the moment?

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Duane Benson   3/6/2012 6:22:42 PM
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It wasn't that long ago that people were writing about ARM unseating Intel in the server market. This is a good example of Intel not sitting idle. ARM may make some inroads into the small server market, but I really think that the data center and high performance server markets will be the domain of Intel for a long time to come.

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re: Intel rolls first processor optimized for datacenters
R_Colin_Johnson   3/6/2012 5:44:21 PM
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The datacenters of the future are putting more emphasis on energy efficiency than on bare-bones performance, making Intel's latest server processor a smart move for the king-of-microprocessors. The coolest feature--besides the power saving "balance" mode--is the ultra-high-speed ring surrounding the octal cores, which marries performance to efficiency in a manner reminescent of supercomputer architectures.



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