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ASRock Rack D2100D8UM Intel Xeon D-2100 Series Launch Platform

We have details on the ASRock Rack D2100D8UM Intel Xeon D-2100 series launch platform sporting up to 8 DDR4 DIMM slots and tons of expansion

Intel Xeon D-2100 Series Initial SKU List and Value Analysis

We have the Intel Xeon D-2100 series initial SKU list at launch and our standard value analysis where we discuss the product family SKU changes in this generation

Intel Xeon D-2100 Architecture and Platform Overview

Our Intel Xeon D-2100 architecture and platform overview where we discuss some of the major architectural building blocks of the new generation of edge computing SoCs

Intel Xeon D-2100 Series Launch Coverage Central

This is STH's launch coverage central for the Intel Xeon D-2100 series, formerly known as Skylake-D. We have all of the information you will want for the new series of edge computing packages

Intel Xeon D-2100 Series Skylake-D Platform Initial OS Compatibility Matrix

We have a summary of the Intel Xeon D-2100 series Skylake-D platform's initial OS compatibility matrix which hints at the direction of the new Xeon D platform

Testing Conventional Wisdom in 1U v 2U Power Consumption

We test the conventional wisdom that 2U servers have lower power consumption than their 1U counterparts using a pair of Dell EMC PowerEdge servers

Intel Optane A Practical Application Review

We replaced NAND based NVMe drives with Intel Optane drives in the STH hosting cluster for a day and saw some dramatic performance differences

Intel Introduces the Intel 760p Series TLC SSD

Intel has been rolling out 64-layer 3D NAND products for some time. Perhaps the last major rollout we will see is the Intel 7...

Intel Offers Enterprise Meltdown and Spectre Benchmarks A Gift for AMD

In a gift to AMD EPYC sales efforts, Intel offers initial enterprise benchmarks with Meltdown and Spectre patches which will close the gap between EPYC and Skylake-SP performance

We test T series Intel Xeon Scalable to see if there...

Do the Intel Xeon Scalable "T" series CPUs perform differently than their standard counterparts? We test single and dual Intel Xeon Silver 4116 and 4116T configurations to confirm they perform about the same