FourFour2 The new high-performance Intel Xeon V5-2800 v5 processor has been announced.
The new processors, called E5-series, will be available in the first quarter of 2020.
They will cost roughly $1.1 million to $1 million, depending on the version.
The processor has a base clock speed of 3.7 GHz and a Turbo clock speed up to 3.8 GHz, and can run up to four Intel Xeon processors in parallel.
The chip can also be upgraded to Intel Xeon Phi, a successor to the Xeon Phi processors that were released last year.
The Intel Xeon v5-core, v5 v5 will be the first quad-core processor in Intel’s new Xeon family, but we’ll have to wait and see what kind of performance this processor can provide.
The company is also planning to release its new Xeon Phi chips for the Xeon E7 family, which will be aimed at high-end servers and data centers.
Intel is expected to unveil Xeon Phi later this year.
We will be able to find out more about Xeon Phi and Xeon E6, the next-generation Xeon processor line, in the coming weeks. Read more