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Intel's Nehalem EP server chips hit the market

Sumner Lemon | March 31, 2009
Chip family already available in workstations and blade servers

Looking ahead, future versions of the Nehalem EP chip called Westmere are due next year. These chips will be made with Intel's upcoming 32-nanometer manufacturing process and will be socket-compatible with the Nehalem EP, reducing the cost for system makers to design servers that use the chip and allowing end users to easily upgrade.

 

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