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Intel intros E5 Xeon processors designed for cloud connectivity

Intel intros E5 Xeon processors designed for cloud connectivity

Intel has unveiled a new Xeon E5 processor family.

Intel cited a recent forecast from Cisco that predicts we’ll see at least 3 billion connected users
with 15 billion connected devices by 2015.

Thus, because all of these embedded devices have connections back to the data center, they are
fueling data center growth. All of this calls for enhanced technology, both in the data centers
and the devices themselves.

What Intel is promising with the new E5 family is boils down to some simple but important perks,
which are basically more options with more compelling user experiences worldwide for personal
and business purposes. This means more connectivity on everything from cars to home appliances.

In comparison to the previous generation, the “record-breaking” Xeon E5 family is touted to be
80 percent faster and more than 50 percent more energy efficient.

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