Server Update February 28, 2007 Tom Kilroy Vice President & General Manager Digital Enterprise Group
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The Innovation Engine Process Technology Microprocessor Design Factory Network
Outstanding Execution Status Deliverable Date Xeon 5100 (Woodcrest) June ‘06 Xeon 7100 (Tulsa) August ’06 Xeon 5300 (Clovertown) November ‘06 Xeon 5148 (40W LV) September ‘06 All dates, product descriptions, availability and plans are forecasts and subject to change without notice. 4 Months Early 5 Months Early 1 Quarter Early 1 Quarter Early On Track On Track On Track Clovertown LV (50W) Q1’07 Caneland Platform Q3’07 45nm Xeon 2H’07 Delivering Reliable Innovation
Cadence for Sustained Innovation Five Processors One Platform Shrink/Derivative Xeon 5000 Intel Core Microarchitecture Xeon 5100 & 5300 65nm 2 YEARS All dates, product descriptions, availability and plans are forecasts and subject to change without notice. 45nm 2 YEARS Shrink/Derivative PENRYN New Microarchitecture NEHALEM 32nm 2 YEARS Shrink/Derivative WESTMERE New Microarchitecture GESHER
Solid Market Performance
Record Volume in Q4’06
Market Segment Share Increased
Average Selling Price Higher
Key Segment Momentum
High Performance Computing
Intel & Sun Alliance Announcement
Broad multi-year strategic alliance
Sun * roadmap commitment
1P, 2P, 4P, >4P
Telco, WS, Enterprise
Intel endorsement of Solaris * as a mainstream OS for Intel ® Xeon ® processors
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Price/Performance Comparison Performance tests and ratings are measured using specific computer systems and/or components and reflect the approximate performance of Intel products as measured by those tests. Any difference in system hardware or software design or configuration may affect actual performance. Buyers should consult other sources of information to evaluate the performance of systems or components they are considering purchasing. For more information on performance tests and on the performance of Intel products, visit http://www.intel.com/performance/resources/limits.htm or call (U.S.) 1-800-628-8686 or 1-916-356-3104. SPECint_rate_base2000 Intel pricing subject to change without notice AMD pricing based on amd.com 1000-unit tray quantities as of Feb 22, 2006 Performance based on best published benchmarks 265 270 280 2218 2220 5110 5120 5130 5140 5150 5160 5310 5320 5335 5345 5355 275 2210 285 Opteron* Dual Core Intel Xeon processor 5100 Series Intel Xeon processor 5300 Series
~50% of New Itanium Application Ports on Windows * & Linux *
1 Source: IDC Q3’06 Server Tracker SPARC Includes: SPARC I, SPARC II, SPARC III, SPARC IV, SPARC 64 and SPARC 64 V; POWER Includes: Power RS64 II, Power RS64 III, Power RS64 III, Power 3, Power 4, Power 5, and PowerPC Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others
New: 3GHz Clovertown
New: HPC/Workstation Chipset in 2H’07
1600MHz FSB, Larger Snoop Filter
Intel ® Core ™ Microarchitecture in Xeon 7000 Sequence
On Track for Q3’07
Enabling High Density Blades
Dedicated Quad Independent Buses
Virtualization for Directed I/O (VT-d)
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Quad-Core Intel® Xeon® Processor 5300 series based Server Platforms Energy-efficient Performance with Xeon E5345 using SPECjbb2005*
What is Performance per System Watt?
Performance per system watt is calculated by taking the performance score from a benchmark or application and dividing it by the average system power usage (AC power from the wall). The corresponding performance/power or performance per watt scores are normalized to a baseline platform for comparison purposes. In these measurements the Intel® Xeon® 3.6GHz 2M cache is the base platform (1.0).
Intel focuses on performance per watt comparisons using power measured at the system level as opposed to component level TDP or max power ratings. Measured system level power is a more accurate representation of the customer's true energy cost.
Basis for Comparison: The above chart compares Intel measured results on SPECjbb2005* benchmark.
Benchmark Description for SPECjbb*2005:
SPEC Java Business Benchmark 2005 (jbb2005). Written in Java, this multi-threaded benchmark emulates an order processing environment in a company with multiple warehouses serving multiple customers. Measures average transaction throughput of a heavily loaded server. Performance reported in Business Operations per Second (BOPS).
Configuration Details: Data Source: Intel internal measurement - November 2006. System power was measured during the steady-state of window of the performance run.
Intel® Xeon® Processor 3.60 GHz based platform details: Intel® preproduction Server platform with two 64-bit Intel® Xeon® processors 3.60 GHz with 2MB L2 Cache and 800 MHz system bus and 8GB (8x1024 MB) DDR2-400 memory, Microsoft Windows Server x32 Enterprise Edition. Windows 2003 Enterprise Edition. BEA JRockit(R) 5.0 JVM. Run with 1 JVM instance.
Dual-Core Intel® Xeon® Processor 5160 based platform details: Intel® preproduction Server platform with two Dual-Core Intel® Xeon® Processor 5160, 3.00 GHz with 4M L2 Cache, dual 1333 MHz system bus, 8GB (8x1GB) 667MHz FB-DIMM memory; Windows 2003 Enterprise Edition. BEA JRockit(R) 5.0 P26.4.0. Run with two jvm instances
Quad-Core Intel® Xeon® Processor E5345 based platform details: Intel® preproduction Server platform with two Quad-Core Intel® Xeon® Processor E5345, 2.33 GHz with 2x4M L2 Cache, 1333 MHz system bus, 8GB (8x1GB) 667MHz FB-DIMM memory, Windows 2003 Enterprise Edition. BEA JRockit(R) 5.0 P26.4.0. Run with two jvm instances
Xeon 7140N platform: IBM* System x* 3950 used the Dual Core Intel® Xeon® Processor 7140N at 3.30GHz with 1MB L2 cache per core (8 processors/16 cores/32 threads), Microsoft* SQL Server 2005 Enterprise x64 Edition, Microsoft Windows® Server 2003 Datacenter x64 Edition, and mySAP ERP 2004 solution. Certification #2006061.
AMD Opteron* platform: HP Proliant BL45p G2 with four AMD Opteron* processor 8220SE (2.80 GHz), 16x 2 GB DDR2-400, Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise x64 Edition with SP1, BEA* JRockit* JVM. Results at http://www.spec.org/jbb2005/results/res2006q4/jbb2005-20061121-00224.html
Xeon 7140M platform: HP Proliant ML570 G2 with four Intel Xeon 7140M processor, 3.40 GHz, 16x 2 GB DDR2-400, Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise x64 Edition with SP1, BEA* JRockit* JVM. Results at http://www.spec.org/jbb2005/results/res2006q4/jbb2005-20061121-00222.html
Xeon 7150N platform: IBM system X 3800 4P Intel Xeon processor MP 3.50 GHz/667 FSB/16 MB L3 cache, Windows* Server 2003 Enterprise Edition SP1, Intel C++ Compiler 9.1 for 32-bit. Source: http://www.spec.org/cpu2000/results/res2007q1/cpu2000-20070122-08363.html
AMD Opteron* platform: HP Proliant DL585 G2 with four AMD Opteron* processor 8220SE (2.80 GHz), 16x 2 GB DDR2-400, Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise x64 Edition with SP1, Intel C++ Compiler for 32-bit applications. Results at http://www.spec.org/osg/cpu2000/results/res2006q4/cpu2000-20060918-07373.html
Xeon 7140M platform: HP Proliant DL580 G4 with four Intel Xeon 7140M processor, 3.40 GHz, 16x 2 GB DDR2-400, Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise x64 Edition with SP1, Intel C++ Compiler for 32-bit applications. Results at http://www.spec.org/osg/cpu2000/results/res2006q3/cpu2000-20060818-07054.html