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Intel Xeon Gold 6248R Benchmarks and Review Big Refresh Gains

In our Intel Xeon Gold 6248R benchmarks and review we see the massive impact that the new "Refresh" Xeon line has on the competitive landscape

Intel Xeon W-2295 Benchmarks and Review 18 Cores in LGA2066

Our Intel Xeon W-2295 benchmark and review piece shows how this 18 core LGA2066 part fares in an extremely crowded market segment

Hands-on with the Intel Co-Packaged Optics and Silicon Photonics Switch

We visit an Intel lab to see a Barefoot Tofino 2 switch that is demonstrating silicon photonics and co-packaged optics for the 51.2Tbps switch generation

Intel Xeon E-2234 Benchmarks and Review

Our Intel Xeon E-2234 benchmarks and review piece looks at a modern, low-cost, 4 core and 8 thread processor to see evolution in the segment

Intel Cooper Lake Rationalized Still Launching 1H 2020

We have official confirmation that Intel Cooper Lake is being re-positioned launching in 1H 2020 although only on the 4-socket and 8-socket Cedar Island platform.

Marvell ThunderX3 Arm Server CPU with 768 Threads Per Node in...

We discuss the Marvell ThunderX3 disclosure of a 7nm chip with 96 cores and 384 threads per socket or 768 threads per system and its impact on 2020-21

Intel Pentium Gold G5420 Benchmarks and Review A Cheap Server CPU

We explore the Intel Pentium Gold G5420 benchmarks and discuss how this cheap server CPU compares to alternative LGA1151 processors

Why All Servers Are Not 4-Socket Servers

We discuss why all servers are not 4-socket servers even though having larger nodes is beneficial in many ways compared to 2-socket alternatives

Ampere Altra Launched with 80 Arm Cores for the Cloud

The Ampere Altra 80-core Arm server CPU is upon us with 128 PCIe Gen4 lanes per CPU, CCIX, and dual-socket server capabilities. We assess the impact.

Edgecore AS7712-32X Switch Overview A 32x 100GbE Switch

We take apart the Edgecore AS7712-32X to show you what this 3.2Tbps 32x 100GbE bare metal switch has to offer and why it is so popular