Intel Has New Processor for Low-End Server Market

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted November 28, 2011


Intel has introduced a 1.2GHz, 3Mb cache Pentium 350 processor aimed at low-end servers. As reported by Lawrence Latif in this article on The Inquirer, there's no support for Intel's Vpro virtualisation technology, presumably meaning that the Pentium 350 was designed for very specific traditional workloads.


 

"Intel had previously talked about its intention to move into the low-end server market by producing 'server versions' of the Atom processor, supporting technologies such as ECC memory. Now Intel has taken the baffling step of going into this market with a Pentium branded processor, the dual-core 1.2GHz Pentium 350."

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