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Wednesday, April 04, 2007
 Intel Unveils Quad-Core Embedded Processor
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Message Text: Intel today introduced the Quad-Core Intel Xeon processor 5300 series with extended life cycle support, the first to bring Intel architecture-based quad-core performance to the embedded segment.

The quad-core embedded processors are among the 11 quad-core products Intel has brought to market th elast 6 months. Intel also introduced the new Intel IP Network Server NSC2U. Both new products utilize Intel's latest hardware technologies, including Intel Virtualization Technology and Intel I/O Acceleration Technology.

The Quad-Core Intel Xeon processor 5300 series is available in 2.0 GHz (E5335) and 2.33 GHz (E5345) speeds. These processors could be used for intense computing and I/O intensive workloads within high-end communications and enterprise systems, including rack-mount (1U/2U) and blade servers, NAS and SAN systems, and medical imaging equipment.

The Intel IP Network Server NSC2U, powered by two 5300 series processors, enables high I/O throughput and performance capabilities suited for a variety of network-centric applications, from security intrusion prevention to telecommunications services-over-IP (SoIP), including IMS, IPTV and Video on Demand (VoD). The NSC2U server features a ruggedized chassis, compact form factor and extended lifecycle support for the components.

The Quad-Core Intel Xeon processors E5335 and E5345 are available today starting at $690. The Intel IP Network Server NSC2U is targeted for July 2007 availability.

Intel unveiled the chips at the Embedded Systems Conference in San Jose, California. At the same show, Intel competitor AMD launched a different type of embedded chip, offering the M690 chipset for tasks with strong graphics and connectivity needs. The processor integrates graphics capabilities from ATI Technologies for platforms for thin clients, point of sale, gaming and single-board computers, AMD said on Monday.
 
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