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Intel launches Broadwell-based Xeons with up to 24 cores, 60MB L3 cache, 3D XPoint

These new server processors offer up to 24 cores, 60MB of L3 cache, support for new RAS features, 3D XPoint (when available), and support for 3DS LRDIMMs.While the E7 v4 Xeon includes support for up to 24 cores, we wanted to compare against the Haswell-based E7 v3 family to make an apples-to-apples determination.

Rumors suggest AMD’s Zen servers will pack 32 cores, serious heat

We know that AMD is planning to ramp its Zen family from small form factor systems into large, big-iron servers, but exact product details remain scarce on the ground.According to Fudzilla, AMD’s top-end chip (codenamed Naples) will ship in a 32-core / 64-thread configuration with 64MB of total L3 cache, eight memory controllers, and 128 PCI Express lanes.

What to expect when you’re expecting AMD Zen

What to expect when you’re expecting AMD Zen While the leaks haven’t been confirmed as genuine, it was interesting to see the conversation around Zen and AMD’s expected performance level.Then, at an event on Wednesday, AMD showed some demos of Zen running clock-for-clock against Intel’s 5960X.

Intel announces major AI push with upcoming Knights Mill Xeon Phi, custom silicon

Intel announces major AI push with upcoming Knights Mill Xeon Phi, custom silicon The upcoming Knights Mill is still pretty hazy, but Intel has stated that the chip will be up to 4x faster than existing Knights Landing hardware.Right now, the company is working on three separate forays into the AI / deep learning market.

Intel’s 48-thread, 24-core Xeon superchip will cost nearly $9,000

Intel’s 48-thread, 24-core Xeon superchip will cost nearly $9,000 That doesn’t mean that Intel doesn’t have any market segments where it can be fully confident of remaining the performance leader.Its Xeon line remains the stuff of servers and other high-performance applications today and Intel fully intends on maintaining its superiority with the new Xeon E7-8894 v4, according to The Tech Report.

AMD's new 32-core Naples CPU will attack Intel's data center monopoly

AMD's new 32-core Naples CPU will attack Intel's data center monopoly Back in 2006, AMD’s server business was one of the company’s biggest success stories.Its share of the worldwide server business peaked in Q2 2006, at just under 25% of the market.

Apple finally upgrades the Mac Pro, admits the trash can design sucks

Apple finally upgrades the Mac Pro, admits the trash can design sucks Just over four years ago, Apple unveiled a new Mac Pro that it swore would reinvent the concept of a workstation.Today, the company finally took a small step towards upgrading the current Mac Pro design, but it also acknowledged what we’ve all known for years — the trash can aesthetic of the 2013 Mac Pro make it a serious pain to work with.

Intel will bolster high-end processor lineup with Xeon Gold and Platinum series

Intel will bolster high-end processor lineup with Xeon Gold and Platinum series Now, the company has sent out a Product Change Notification (PCN) to its partners that introduces its latest and greatest offerings in the Xeon line.Specifically, Intel is launching the Xeon Gold and Platinum lineup, which will represent the company’s high-end flagship processors.

Intel Will Rebrand Xeons, Preps Gold, Platinum Workstation Processors

Intel Will Rebrand Xeons, Preps Gold, Platinum Workstation Processors Marketing materials need to be updated, and additional explanations prepared for when the new naming system and new products both go live.As for the naming scheme itself, Intel appears to be jettisoning all reference to model types in favor of precious metals — Xeon Gold and Xeon Platinum.