Efficient web server solution
Release time： 2021-09-15
Intel unveils the industry-leading multifunction processor Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 v2 product line (codenamed "Ivy Bridge-EP"), which will redefine server, storage, and network infrastructure in the datacenter . These processors, combined with greater efficiency and resiliency, enable operators to quickly roll out services for high-performance computing, the cloud, and the enterprise market, and bring attractive new business opportunities to telecom vendors.
The new Xeon® processor family features Intel's industry-leading 22nm process technology, which delivers a 45% increase in power usage compared to the previous generation. In addition, these processors can contain up to 12 cores and deliver up to 50%2 performance when performing a variety of computationally intensive operations.
Intel's data center and networked systems business group said: "More and more organizations are using information technology to transform their business. To provide new cloud services, the infrastructure must have sufficient multi-function to support diverse workloads. There must also be sufficient flexibility to respond to changes in server, storage, and network resource requirements."
Most of today's infrastructures are often designed to ignore the growth of IT services. The management of data centers is usually done manually, and lacks the flexibility of real-time response. To create automated services that respond to demand, a new generation of data centers must move toward the goal of a software-defined infrastructure that allows software to manage many of the functions in the system. The new Intel® Xeon® processor provides a common software-compatible processing foundation and a variety of features and tools to help transform the data center toward future goals.
According to forecasts, the number of connected devices will be twice the global population by 2015. As a result, the amount of data transmitted over the network and stored in the cloud is expected to increase fourfold over the next five years. The network will have to increase processing efficiency to deliver large amounts of video, voice, and applications quickly and securely.
Telecom equipment manufacturers use Intel architecture to transform application-specific solutions to an open platform that re-uses code and expands the product lineup to speed time-to-market and reduce costs. This flexible model of developing communication devices allows manufacturers and service providers to manage billions of smart devices in a more cost-effective manner and connect to the network through network infrastructure.