Intel unveils new range of processors and data centre technologies

Nicholas Fearn
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Unveiling includes new Intel Xeon Scalable Processors, Intel Optane DC Persistent Memory, SSDs, Intel Agilex FPGAs and Ethernet technologies

Intel has unveiled a range of next-generation microprocessors and platform technologies aimed at servers running in the data centre. The announcements include new Intel Xeon Scalable Processors,...

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