Intel may be working on server processors for the rest of the year

Intel Atom and Xeon processor refresh

Electronics these days has evolved to a very great extent. Everyone wants to make a device which would just connect to the internet and provide a service to its users. And every day, more and more devices are being connected to the internet. For example, Coke vending machines you see at the local gym or at the railway station are now being taken online for better monitoring and control. These will require bigger data centers at the server end. The companies which are providing such devices will need more and more data storage space so that they can store all the data coming from the devices. And this will eventually lead to a more powerful and efficient processor on which the companies could rely on.

So, coming to the processors on the server side, there are many providers for these and Intel, of course, is one of them. The company has been losing profits because the traditional PC sales has been dropping by significant amounts for a few years. And this is the reason the company is checking out other markets such as smart phone processors. But server side processing is a very profitable business as well.

And Intel wants to tell the public and the companies that it has what it takes to become one of the important chip providers for the servers. The Intel Developer Forum is going to take place in Beijing, China, in some time, and the company knows that not everyone will be able to attend the event. So the company has released some materials online which indicate or give an idea of what the company is going to present at the event. And according to the image shown above, Intel’s Atom and Xenon family of processors are getting a refresh this year.

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Source: The Register UK

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