Going High End, Lowering TCO

September 18th, 2009 |
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In this video, two Intel engineers, Sudip Chahal and Shesha Krishnapura, talk about their findings in the comparison of high-end Intel Xeon processor 5500 series with the low-end ones. Sudip handled tests of the microprocessor series in enterprise tasks and Shesha oversaw testing using Intel’s own electronic design automation workloads. The results: high-end microprocessors doing EDA workloads saw a significant reduction in TCO. In enterprise workloads, performance jumped without TCO rising very much.

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