Intel debuts new processor with three times the capacityIntel Korea unveiled the Intel Xeon processor E5 v3, with three times the performance capacity of the previous model, at a press conference yesterday in the Plaza Hotel, in Gwanghwamun, central Seoul.
The new processors can be used in servers, workstations, storage and networking infrastructure to power a broad set of workloads, including data analytics, high-performance computing, telecommunications and cloud-based services, as well as back-end processing for the Internet of Things.
“The digital services economy imposes new requirements on the data center, requirements for automated, dynamic and scalable service delivery,” said Lee Hee-sung, Intel Korea’s country manager at the conference.
“Our new Intel processors deliver unmatched performance, energy efficiency and security, as well as provide visibility into the hardware resources required to enable software defined infrastructure. By enabling the re-architecture of the data center, Intel is helping companies fully exploit the benefits of cloud-based services.”
The products, in particular, will support Samsung Electronics’ DDR4 memory to enhance energy efficiency and maximize performance.
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