Intel Xeon CPUs and Intel platform technologies drive innovation and performance for very small and very powerful Dell Precision products
Intel Enterprise Technology Specialist Malcolm Hay describes how the Intel platforms and micro-architectures, including the not-yet-released Haswell micro-architecture, benefit the performance of Dell Precision workstations.
Mr. Hay begins with the simple question, “what do you want from a workstation?”. His response is two-fold and he believes that you want your results as fast as possible and with as little disruption as possible.
Intel technologies are designed to facilitate exactly that. In this CADplace video, Mr. Hay talks about Xeon Core Technologies, Turbo-Boost 2.0, AVX instructions, as well as about the Xeon un-Core Technologies, cache memory bandwidth, system memory capacity, bandwidth between CPUs, PCI Express 3.0, among others.
Intel assures “as little disruption as possible” through technologies such as ECC memory (which has been enhanced by Dell), data storage reliabilty enhancements, Intel vPro technology for fully remote system management, and also Intel's support for hardware-based system security.
Mr. Hay covers a wide range of topics clearly and rapidly. Taking a few moments to watch his presentation will provide an excellent overview of Intel platform technologies which enable Dell Precision workstations to provide both smaller as wells more powerful solutions.
Intel Enterprise Technology Specialist Malcolm Hay describes both “Core” and “Un-Core” technologies which provide faster CPUs and faster workstations.