Items tagged with S1200

Intel announced a pair of new products today designed to boost data center efficiency, shrink footprints, and allow for faster deployments. The first are new microservers based on the C2000 (codename: Avoton) Atom architecture. We've discussed the Bay Trail Atom core several times and Intel's plans for the technology in the mobile space, but moving the hardware into data centers is a key component of Intel's microserver strategy. Based on what we know of Bay Trail/Avoton, we expect it will offer significantly improved performance over existing S1200 Atom servers, thanks to multiple microarchitechtural improvements and the integration of a quad-core processor rather than dual-core + Hyper-Threading.... Read more...
The nightly news has arrived. We'll start off with Intel, as they have sent us over a couple of announcements today, one of which is the announcement of their new Vice President: Xu (Ian) Yang. In other news, Mr. Ghazi over at TweakGuides.com is at it again, only this time he's building instead of tweaking. Enjoy the rest, goodnight. Doubling Down On Intel-Based Servers Intel Adds Dual-Core Capability to Entry-Level Server Platforms   SANTA CLARA, Calif., July 11, 2005 - Intel Corporation today introduced the dual-core Intel(R) Pentium(R) D processor-based platform for entry-level servers that includes two processor cores in one processor and the corresponding Intel(R) E7230 chipset. With... Read more...