Thursday, September 17, 2009

Intel Nehalem processor

Intel is in progress yesterday announced that it will begin delivering enhanced version of its dual-obradnog Nehalem Xeon chip, which is primarily intended for data storage and communication by providing opportunities to create a RAID connection and be integrated with the PCI Express (PCIe). These processors, which will be available in the market during the next year, most will show the application such as blade servers extremely high density, IPTV, VoIP, NAS, SAN and many other devices. Intel was first presented Xeon microprocessors based on Nehalem during April this year.

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