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IDF San Francisco 2013: Intel Xeon E5-2600 v2 product family
Photo: Color Kinetics [Sep 13, 2013]

Intel has introduced the Xeon processor E5-2600 v2 product family (Ivy Bridge-EP), which is based on Intel's 22nm process technology, contributing to energy efficiency improvements of up to 451% when compared to the previous generation, according to the vendor. The processor family also features up to 12 cores and delivers up to 50% more performance across variety of compute intensive workloads.

The Intel Xeon processors E5-2600 v2 product family will power the new IBM NeXtScale System, a high-density, flexible computing platform designed for high-demand workloads such as analytics, technical computing and cloud delivery. Intel's newest processor family also will be used in IBM's new x3650 M4 HD high-density storage server, as well as all of IBM's two-socket systems including System x racks and towers, Flex System, iDataPlex, and BladeCenter offerings.

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