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AMD launched 45nm Quad-Core AMD Opteron processors

January 26, 2009

AMD launched 45nm Quad-Core AMD Opteron processors

New highly efficient processors help meet the industry’s rising demand for low power, cost-saving data center technology.

AMD Opteron processor

AMD announced widespread availability of five new low-power 45nm Quad-Core AMD Opteron HE and two Opteron SE processors. Featuring 55-watt power consumption according to ACP standart (Opteron HE) , new processors help meet the industry’s rising demand for low power data center technology. In addition to lower power consumption new processors offer significant new power management capabilities.

New Opteron processors are manufactured with using of 45 nm technology. AMD expects that by the end of March more than half of all AMD processors will be manufactured using 45 nm technology.

HP, Dell, Sun amd Rackable Systems are among numerous manufacturers that announce server solutions based on new AMD Opteron™ HE processors.

Opteron HE

The Quad-Core AMD Opteron HE processor, with speeds ranging from 2.1 to 2.3 GHz, is designed to address a vast segment of the business computing market that must maximize performance during peak hours while managing the energy costs during idle and low-utilization hours. Server platforms based on these new AMD Opteron HE processors can offer up to 20% lower idle power compared to similarly configured competing systems2, helping cut energy costs without compromising any of the processor features of the standard power options.

“In the current economic environment, datacenter managers are under more pressure than ever to reduce costs without compromising the latest features or performance,” said Patrick Patla, general manager, Server and Workstation Business, AMD. “The new Quad-Core AMD Opteron HE series processor offers unrivaled performance-per-watt and cost-efficiencies for a wide range of configurations without a potential front-side bus bottleneck. In the second quarter AMD plans to take energy-efficiency to the next level in introducing even lower ACP processors for the unique demands of cloud computing environments.”

Opteron SE

Additionally, two new 45nm Quad-Core AMD Opteron SE processors (2.8 GHz) are now available for customers with the most performance-intensive datacenter workloads. At the 105-watt ACP thermal envelope, these new processors are also immediately available in three new systems from HP as well as from other AMD technology partners.

All processors are immediately available for ordering at Asbis B2B Marketplace or Asbis’s local dealers across Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa.

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