SANTA CLARA, Calif., Aug. 2, 2004 – Intel Corporation today unveiled a new generation of IntelÂ® Xeon™ processor-based server platforms. The platforms are based on an array of new performance-enhancing technologies and capabilities that collectively help to better address the evolving needs of enterprise computing.
Intel’s new dual-processor capable platforms, which are based on the Intel Xeon processor at 3.60 GHz introduced in June, utilize the new IntelÂ® E7520 and E7320 chipsets (formerly codenamed “Lindenhurst”) that vary in features and prices. The platforms also include the new IntelÂ® IOP332 Storage I/O Processor (formerly codenamed “Dobson”) that delivers improved RAID storage performance over previous generations. The platforms also incorporate a host of other new and enhanced memory, I/O and bus technologies that increase performance in key server benchmarks over prior generations.
2 Press Releases from the Intel Press Room
Source: Intel Press Room
Intel discusses a new ultraviolet technology (EUV) for making future processors in this press release and also talks about a new generation of Xeon based platforms in this press release.