Intel Xeon E5-2640 v4 2.4GHz LGA 2011-v3 Server Processor
• 14 nm Broadwell
• 25MB SmartCache
• Intel vPro Technology
• server cpu xeon
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From individual servers and workstations to clusters, data centers, and clouds, IT organizations face increasing pressure to improve performance, security, agility, and utilization throughout their compute, storage, and network infrastructure—while minimizing their total cost of ownership. The Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2640 v4 product family addresses all these needs. With up to 22 cores per socket, up to 55 MB of last-level cache (LLC), and support for up to 12 percent faster DDR4 memory versus previous-generation memory, the Intel Xeon processor E5-2600 v4 product family increases performance across a broad range of workloads , from business and technical computing applications to communications and storage solutions. These processors come in a wide variety of configurations, so core counts, frequencies, and power levels can be tailored for individual workloads to deliver optimal performance.
These processors take performance and efficiency to new heights across the widest range of workloads, while providing an array of new technologies for more efficient virtualization, smarter resource orchestration, and enhanced protection of systems and data. The Intel Xeon processor E5-2600 v4 product family can help businesses, cloud service providers and telecommunications companies get higher performance and value from every new server, while accelerating their move toward the next-generation efficiencies of software-defined infrastructure (SDI).
|CPU Core Name||Broadwell|