- 6 MB Cache
- 4 Cores
- 8 Threads
Intel® Xeon® processor D product family, network series of processors, provides additional advancements at the edge of the network. Supporting delivery of intelligence at the network edge, this product delivers the performance and advanced intelligence of Intel’s server-class Xeon® processors in a system-on-a-chip (SOC) form factor, supporting deployments in dense, rugged environments outside of the data center. Network Series processors include up to four integrated Intel® Ethernet 10 GbE adapters and integrated Intel® QuickAssist™ Technology (Intel® QAT), enabling further reduction in the product footprint while also increasing the amount of securely processed and compressed data at the network edge. Infrastructure applications include midrange routers, network appliances, security appliances, wireless base stations, embedded midrange Internet of Things (IoT) devices, entry networking, midrange storage area network (SAN) and network attached storage (NAS) appliances, warm cloud storage, and more.1 2 3
Enables dynamic provisioning of services as communication service providers extend network functions virtualization (NFV) to the network edge.
Enables smarter and more cost-effective storage solutions through integrated technologies that accelerate data movement, help protect data, and simplify data management.
Support for scalable performance and broad application compatibility.
Deliver amazing flexibility, scalability, and agility with foundational technology building blocks that come with a virtualized, software-defined infrastructure—the agile, cloud-ready network architectures.
Hear from Cloudian's CMO, Paul Turner, and ScaleMatrix's cofounder, Chris Orlando, as they highlight how the Intel® Xeon® D-1500 processor family stores and manages unstructured data.
Watch 1&1 discuss energy consumption and data center space costs, and how the Intel Xeon processor D product family brings improved compute density to their data centers.
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