High-performance computing presents unique challenges in performance, energy efficiency and parallel processing, and Intel has just unveiled a unique solution. The Intel Xeon processors and platforms use an entirely new transistor formula based on the second generation of the Intel ...
Author: Catherine Girardeau
Categories: Intel, Intel Moore's Law, Intel-OpenPort
Tags: 45 nanometer, 5200, 5400, dual-core, energy efficiency, Gordon Moore, hafnium, high performance computing, high-k, HPC, Intel, Intel Core microarchitecture, IntelMooresLaw, metal gate transistor, parallel processing, quad core, technological advancements, transistor, Xeon