- 11 MB Cache
- 8 Cores
- 16 Threads
- 3.00 GHz Max Turbo Frequency
The new Intel® Xeon® D-2100 processor delivers Intel’s groundbreaking data center processor architecture in a form factor optimized for flexible, scalable, high-density network, storage and cloud edge computing solutions. It brings the architectural innovations of the Intel® Xeon® Scalable platform to a system-on-a-chip (SoC) processor for lower-power, high-density solutions, integrating essential network, security and acceleration capabilities. A software-programmable platform featuring robust virtualization support, with low latency, high-bandwidth capabilities through a flexible design, for a variety of solution and service deployments in space and power constrained environments. Design innovation delivers seamless solution scalability from the data center to the edge.1 2 3 4
New integrated Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions 512 (Intel® AVX-512) bring workload-optimized performance and throughput increases for advanced analytics, cryptography and data compression, while the enhanced integrated Intel® QuickAssist Technology (Intel® QAT) provides improved security and compression performance in cloud, networking, big data, and storage applications—for data in motion and at rest. Now you can accelerate compute-intensive operations.
Intel® Virtualization Technology (Intel® VT) enables dynamic provisioning of services as communication service providers extend network functions virtualization (NFV) to the edge. Supports for scalable performance and broad application compatibility across all points of the network.
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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