Intel on Monday introduced a couple of quad-core Xeon processors with improved virtualization capabilities.
The X5365 and L5335 are for running server and workstation applications. The former is a 3.0 GHz chip that fits inside a 120-watt envelope. The L5335 has a clock speed of 2.0 GHz within a 50-watt envelope. Each chip has a 1333 MHz front-side bus.
Both processors include Intel's Virtualization Technology, which enables third-party virtualization software, such as VMware, to offload workload to the system hardware to boost performance. VT offers 64-bit guest operating system support.
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