Intel Stoakley & Harpertown Benchmarks
Written by Michael Larabel in Processors on 20 September 2007. Page 1 of 4. Add A Comment

IDF is winding down this afternoon but today we had the opportunity to listen to Intel's Faye A Briggs, Stephen Pawlowski, and Sanjay Sharma. This press-only session talked about Intel's upcoming Harpertown Xeon processors and the Stoakley platform. Harpertown will be shipping later this year but Intel had included some early prototype benchmarks comparing the Xeon 5400 series to the Xeon 5300 Clovertown quad-core processors as well as the AMD Opteron Socket F competition. While there were a number of benchmarks used, some of the results were done within Linux for kernel compilation, LAME encoding, and OpenSSL. We've published all of the slides that were shared with the press today, including the early Harpertown/Stoakley benchmarks.

Stephen Pawlowski is a senior Intel Fellow, general manager of architecture and planning, and CTO of Intel's Digital Enterprise Group. What he talked about today during his session was on addressing future server technologies.


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