Intel Corporation today has unveiled a new portfolio for datacenter products and technologies focused at cloud services.
Intel first announced its plans to “re-architect the data center” a few weeks earlier at the press event in San Francisco.
These new product line is aimed at helping “cloud providers significantly increase utilisation, drive down costs and provide compelling and consistent experiences to consumers and businesses,” says the official press release.
- The Intel® Atom™ C2000 processor family is the first based on Silvermont micro-architecture, has 13 customized configurations and is aimed at microservers, entry-level networking and cold storage.
- New 64-bit, system-on-chip family for the datacenter delivers up to six times1 the energy efficiency and up to seven times2 the performance compared to previous generation.
- The first live demonstration of a Rack Scale Architecture-based system with high-speed Intel® Silicon Photonics components including a new MXC connector and ClearCurve* optical fiber developed in collaboration with Corning*, enabling data transfers speeds up to 1.6 terabits4 per second at distances up to 300 meters5 for greater rack density.
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Source : Intel Newsroom.
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