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Intel unveils latest processor to tap into China data center market

By Ma Si | | Updated: 2024-06-13 17:11
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Intel has unveiled its latest server processor to tap into China's burgeoning data center market. [Photo provided to]

The US chip giant Intel has unveiled its latest server processor to tap into China's burgeoning data center market.

The move came as an increasing number of Chinese enterprises have migrated their operations to the cloud, making cloud computing a primary driver of data center construction. With the continuous development of artificial intelligence, the demand for computing power has been growing steadily, further propelling ongoing transformations in data centers.

Alan Wang, vice-president of the sales and marketing group and manager at Intel China, said China's data centers have experienced rapid development over the past ten years, achieving significant improvements in performance and a wider scope of usage. However, this growth has brought about enormous energy consumption.

Building the next generation of ultra-low power green data centers requires advanced technology. According to Intel, the company's latest Xeon 6 E-core processors offer outstanding performance and efficiency for data centers, enabling the handling of the same workloads with less space and power consumption. These processors are suitable for scenarios with limited power, space and cooling.

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