Intel® recently announced released Xeon® E-2100 processor that is literally the successor of Intel Xeon E3 processor. This one has been designed for basic entry-level workstations that offer the designers with a single-threaded, powerful application performance with an amazing platform that has been customized for affordability and reliability.
As the vice president and general manager of data center, product manager at the Intel Corporation, Jennifer Huffstetler, puts it, “With today’s workloads, aging workstations impede productivity, collaboration and creativity. The release of the Intel Xeon E processor is intended to deliver the essential performance and is visuals for entry workstations, as well as optimizing the innovative form factors, designs and diverse requirements of out customers.”
It is a very crucial development from Intel Corporation. This Intel Xeon E processor is capable of delivering a potent combination of capabilities and performance for entry-level workstations. These are crafted and designed to cater the needs and demands of creative designers and professionals. As compared to its predecessor, this new processor provides much higher max turbo frequency, enhanced I/O, advanced security, reliability, and faster DRAM speeds. These processors can be availed with Intel® UHD graphics backed by a broader set of workstation applications.
The Intel Xeon E-2100 processor is a 6-core processor aimed at the basic or entry-level workstations. It is a smart combination of two higher single-core and two additional core turbo-frequency that deliver performance enhancement across all workstation benchmarks against the preceding 4-core entry workstation processors. The processor provides a (ECC) Error Correcting Code memory which is an important feature for maximizing data integrity and improve system stability , it also helps in reducing the possibility of silent data corruption.
All workstations that are empowered by Intel Xeon processors cater very diversified demands of all kind off creative professionals across a number of verticals like financial services, media, entertainment, engineering, and architecture.
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