Intel’s Xeon E-series processors for small-scale servers and workstations received a major update this week. New E-2200 processors have been added to the series, which is in use as the E3-2100.
The Intel Xeon-E 2200 series comes with ECC memory support and vPro support for fixing errors. The 14nm production process is based on the Coffee Lake Refresh architecture. The Xeon E- series is generally in a category that doesn’t make big sales, but is in the category of Intel.
The range includes 12 processor models that can be scaled up to 8 cores and up to 5GHz. For the first time, the Xeon E3-2200 series will also be used for cloud infrastructure.
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The series features Intel Xeon E-2288G and E-2278G processors with 8 cores and 16 threads. Up to 5GHz, these processors include 16MB of cache memory and 95W-80W thermal design power.
The 5-core 5-processor model is up to 4.9GHz and has a 12MB Level 3 cache. The TDP value changes from 80W to 95W. There are 5 processor models with 4 cores. The TDP is between 71W and 83W.
Designed for office environments such as banks, stockbrokers, medical environments, the processors offer DDR4-2666MHz dual channel memory support. There are 16 PCIe 3.0 lines in the series, while the 24 lines on the C240 chipset make a total of 40 lines. The Intel Xeon-E 2200 series will be available in the coming months.