Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) has released its new Xeon microprocessor to meet the evolving needs of corporate computing. The new processor is three times more powerful that its previous iterations. In an official announcement, Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) said that the new processor E5-2600/1600 v3 is specially designed to meet the increasing needs of efficiency, security and performance. In order to meet the demand of software defined infrastructure (SDI), the new Xeon processor is designed with the ability to control remote resources telemetrically, which promises optimized total cost of ownership and better efficiency.
According to Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC), the new processor will best for servers, Cloud infrastructures, networking infrastructure and collaborative environments. Intel’s new technology will serve to meet data analytics needs, high-performance computing and Cloud computing demands.
The statement said that Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) has embedded smart technology in its new processor to fulfill the needs of software defined infrastructure and resource scaling. In order to ensure the low total cost of ownership, Intel has introduced thermal sensors in the new chip. These sensors will maintain the control by applying the telemetry and resource scaling. The processor has telemetry sensors and metrics for CPU, memory and I/O utilization organized with an on-chip mechanism.
The new microprocessor chip has 18 cores per socket and 45MB of last-level cache, which means that it will have 50% more cores than the previous versions. The new processor has great virtualization density, which will allow 70% more support for Virtual Machines as compared to the previous generation. The new processor also allows a unique technology to consolidate multifarious platforms and architectures into a single mechanism to ensure security, data integrity and encryption. Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) said that manufacturers will start making the new processors immediately.
Ken Fisher’s Fisher Asset Management is one of the shareholders of Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC), having approximately 19 million shares of the company so far.