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Old 24th July 2007, 08:48   #1
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Default Intel Releases Early Details of Next-Generation Xeon Platforms

Intel has released early details of its upcoming server and workstation platforms for Nehalem processors Tylersburg. Tylersburg has three variants in the pipeline EP for efficient performance servers, EN for entry servers and WS for workstations. Details of Tylersburg are scarce; however, Intel plans to have different variants of a single chipset for each platform. Intel currently names the chipsets Tylersburg-36D, Tylersburg-36S and Tylersburg-24D. Tylersburg-36D is the chipset of choice for dual-socket Tylersburg EP and WS platforms. However, Tylersburg WS makes use of dual Tylersburg-36D chipsets for enhanced expansion. Intel plans to replace existing Bensley and Stoakley platforms with Tylersburg EP and WS platforms.
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