Intel, the world’s leading supplier of computer processors, is reportedly planning a new two-core processor designed for servers and is based on “Clarksdale” core. According to the information available for the new processor will be assessed at only 30W, since it is designed to power a new segment of the computer system, the “micro servers”, which first talked about the company at its Developer Forum, held former husband
Said 30W processor is trumpeted by the chip maker at IDF 2009 was held between September 22 and September 24 at Moscone Center West in San Francisco, [...]
Server makers continue to expand their server lineups for Intel’s four-core ‘Nehalem EP’ Xeon 5500 processors, and today, it was Dell’s turn to roll out some new boxes: two new tower servers and a low-end rack server.
After doing some arm twisting or pleading with Intel executives (or maybe both), Dell was able to preview its Nehalem EP boxes, the PowerEdge 11G lineup, the week before the actual chip launched. On Nehalem Day, Dell put one tower server (the T610), two rack servers (the R610 and R710), and two blade servers (the M610 and M710) into the field using the Nehalem [...]