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Intel Launches Itanium 2 64bit Server Processor - Codename Madison

Discussão em 'Novidades Hardware PC' iniciada por Slider, 1 de Julho de 2003. (Respostas: 10; Visualizações: 1383)

  1. Slider

    Slider Colaborador
    Staff Member

    Intel Corporation today introduced new Intel Itanium 2 processors and Intel Xeon processors MP, further strengthening Intel's products for high-end enterprise computing. These processors set a new precedent for world-class performance and breadth and scale of systems. This builds on the broad choice of software and operating systems and architectural strengths that have made Intel processors the choice for the majority of server deployments.
    The Intel Itanium 2 processor with 6MB L3 cache is uniquely architected for demanding enterprise and technical applications. Itanium® 2-based platforms enable businesses and organizations to maximize their return on investments by delivering industry leading performance at generally lower cost and with greater choice than proprietary RISC technologies.

    More than 85 percent of servers shipping today are based on Intel architecture (International Data Corp., (IDC), Quarterly Server Tracker, Q1, 2003), according to industry analysts. Today's new products extend Intel's strength in multi-processor, business-critical server deployments, commonly referred to as the high end of a company's computing data center. Servers with four or more processors accounted for more than 60 percent of the total server market revenue in 2002, according to analysts

    With the new Itanium 2 processor (formerly code-named Madison), the 64-bit Itanium processor family makes another stride in industry-leading enterprise performance and price-performance. In addition to the 48 percent price-performance advantage over RISC platforms, an additional 10 percent in cost for an Itanium 2-based solution brings 25 to 30 percent additional performance over Intel Xeon processor MP-based systems. Itanium 2-based systems also deliver leading results on technical computing workloads, secure transactions, enterprise resource planning workloads, and raw processor performance. The new Itanium 2 processor delivers up to 30 to 50 percent greater performance than the previous Itanium 2 processor (code-named McKinley), while maintaining system compatibility with the previous Itanium 2 processor and two future Itanium processors (code-named Madison 9M and Montecito). The Itanium 2 processor also maintains software compatibility with previous and future Itanium processor family products, as well as 32-bit applications.

    The 32-bit Intel Xeon processor MP 2.80 GHz is compatible with existing Intel Xeon processor MP-based platforms and delivers up to 10 percent or greater performance over its predecessor and better transaction-processing performance than comparable RISC-based platforms at half the cost per transaction. Benchmark result sources include www.spec.org www.tpc.org and www.sap.com/benchmark

    Pricing and Availability

    The Itanium 2 processor with 6 MB of integrated level three (L3) cache at 1.50 GHz, the Itanium 2 processor with 4 MB of L3 cache at 1.40 GHz, and the Itanium 2 processor with 3 MB of L3 cache at 1.30 GHz are priced at $4,226, $2,247 and $1,338 in 1,000-unit quantities, respectively.

    Fonte:warp2search

    Cá vem eles :D, vamos a ver se a AMD se aguenta ;)
     
  2. Strakata

    Strakata [email protected] Member

    Esse colosso de cache não foi lançado para competir com os Opterons. Basta olhar para o preço.... e ficar estúpido :eek:
    Devem ficar baratinhos de produzir, devem :)
     
  3. iJFerreira

    iJFerreira Banido

    In 1,000-unit quantities, the AMD Opteron processor Model 840 is $749, the AMD Opteron processor Model 842 is $1299 and the AMD Opteron processor Model 844 is $2149. Also in 1,000-unit quantities, the AMD Opteron processor Model 140 is $229, the AMD Opteron processor Model 142 is $438 and the AMD Opteron processor Model 144 is $669. For a complete listing of AMD processor pricing, please visi
     
  4. Dutchman.Pt

    Dutchman.Pt Banido

    Bonito...
    Bonito...
    Era um desse pró 3Dmark e pó SETI , sff :D :D :D

    on topic : A ver vamos o comparativo entre eles e os Opteron !
    Neste nivel o preço não é muito importante , a performance é que tem que estar lá! tem, tem ! ;)
     
  5. [BIOHAZARD]

    [BIOHAZARD] Power Member

    6mb de cache :eek: :eek: :eek:
     
  6. Nemesis11

    Nemesis11 Power Member

    Última edição: 1 de Julho de 2003
  7. pnabais

    pnabais Power Member

    Mas porque é que o preço do Itanium II 6M cache está por 1000 unidades?

    1000 unidades vendidas no mundo inteiro até era algo optimista ...


    A mim parece-me que deveriam indicar o preço por unidade e ainda o brinde que davam na compra ...

    Tipo: Compre 1 Itanium II e leve uns patins de borla, para o seu administrator de sistemas ser mais rápido quando têm que ir meter o dedo no butão.
     
  8. Tafinho

    Tafinho Power Member

    Porque todos os preços dos CPU's são por 1000 unidades...

    Porque não vais a um Hiper e compras 1345gr de Maçãs...?
     
  9. pnabais

    pnabais Power Member

    Tafinho,

    Bem, era suposto ser um comentario ironico, mas pronto ...
     
  10. Tafinho

    Tafinho Power Member

  11. iJFerreira

    iJFerreira Banido

    o Tafinho deve andar nos *strunfes*.

    Deve ser para aguentar a dose de exames e relatórios! :D
     

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