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Intel Xeon 7500 series processor
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Intel launched the Xeon 7500 processor series. Expandable to include from two to 256 chips per server, the new Xeon processors have an average performance three times that of Intel's existing Xeon 7400 series, Intel said.

The combined scalable performance, advanced reliability and total cost of ownership advantages of the Xeon 7500 series will enable IT managers to consolidate up to 20 older single-core, 4-chip servers onto a single server using Intel Xeon 7500 series processors while maintaining the same level of performance, Intel claimed. In doing so, they could also see up to a 92% estimated reduction in energy costs.

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