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Intel Introduces New 15-Core Server Chips to Handle Big Data from the Internet of Things

Intel announced its 15-core server chip family today to help big companies deal with “big data” requirements such as delivering real-time analytics to big tech customers. These kinds of machines will keep the business world running, from reducing cyber fraud in real-time to running stock exchanges without a glitch.

Intel said the new chips will give it performance leadership not only against rival Advanced Micro Devices in x86 chips but also against IBM’s Power series of server chips. Diane Bryant, senior vice president at Intel and general manager of Intel’s data center group, said that the new chips have set 20 new world records in mission critical performance.
 
Read more at VentureBeat.
 

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