@Xi packs more punch in core-based workstations

Intel offers their Xeon brand CPU as the preferred solution for high-performance workstations. OEMs like Dell, Fujitsu, HP, and Lenovo tote the line and offer workstations based on Xeons. A couple of mavericks also offer workstations based on core in processors. When Intel introduced the Core i9 (Gen 8), there wasn’t an equivalent Xeon processor, and so boutique workstation suppliers ...

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