Intel has announced the 32-nanometer Xeon E7 family of chips for high-end servers, along with an entry-level Xeon E3 processor family.
The 18 chips, unveiled today, were formerly code-named Westmere-EX and follow on from the Nehalem-EX range of processors. Additionally, Intel also announced 11 entry-level server processors for its new Xeon E3-1200 family, but provided few details.
The processors are targeted at servers running key CPU-intensive applications in the enterprise data center or those administering large fleets of virtual machines, Intel said.
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