The Intel Xeon Processor E5 Family

May 4th, 2012 |
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IT Best Practices: Intel IT provides compute services to the company, which means supporting the business of making computer chips. The standards are very high and Intel IT scrutinizes everything they deploy in the data center. Early testing of the new Xeon E5 processor showed as much as a 55 percent performance improvement over the previous generation Xeon 5600. Shesha Krishnapura, Principal Engineer, who led the team that put the E5 through its paces, says the chip’s efficiency “means that I don’t need to build out new data center space.” Ajay Chandramouly, Cloud Computing and Data Center Industry Engagement Manager for Intel IT, says that the E5 represents an important step for the organization. “We just recently updated our overall data center strategy,” he remarked, “to ensure that we continue to operate a world-class global infrastructure that continues to improve on our four key operational metrics of quality, velocity, efficiency, and capacity of our IT business services.”

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