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Intel announces new CPUs at ITU Telecom World

Intel today announced its new NetStructure MPCBL0050 single board computer blade server, new low voltage dual-core Xeons and Intel Carrier Grade Server TIGW1U at ITU Telecom World. The new NetStructure MPCBL0050 is Intel’s first Core micro architecture powered blade server and are equipped with dual dual-core Xeon LV processors. The NetStructure MPCBL0050 is catered towards companies that require telecommunication tasks. Telecommunication tasks include everything from call control to billing customers.

Also announced at ITU Telecom World were new dual-core Intel Xeon LV 5138 and LV 5128 processors. The new Xeon LV 5138 and LV5128 processors are based on Intel’s Core-derived Woodcrest. The processors are clocked at 2 GHz and 1.86 GHz respectively. The Xeon LV processors offer lower thermal data power ratings compared to regular Xeon 5100 series processors. Intel doesn’t reveal the TDP of the Xeon LV 5138 or LV 5128 disappointingly. Nevertheless, if the higher clocked Xeon LV 5148 is used as a reference, expect the TDP to be similar to the 40 watt TDP of the Xeon LV 5148.

Lastly Intel announced its Carrier Grade Server TIGW1U. The Intel Carrier Grade Server TIGW1U is powered by a previously announced Intel Xeon LV5148 clocked at 2.33 GHz. Intel doesn’t reveal much detail on the Carrier Grade Server TIGW1U though.

Intel expects to ship NetStructure MPCBL0050 SBC and Carrier Grade Server T1GW1U in Q1’2007. Pricing for the two servers is expected to start at $5,169 for the MPCBL0050 and $1,550 for the TIGW1U. Intel Xeon LV 5138 and LV 5128 processors will be available this quarter for $617 and $412 in quantities of 1,000, respectively.



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By Crazyeyeskillah on 12/4/2006 2:33:33 PM , Rating: 2
Anyone have specs on these new intel chips?




By hstewarth on 12/4/2006 3:14:39 PM , Rating: 2
The specs of these chips should be similar to other woodcrests like the 5160's I have on my system - but lower watts. My system currently runs very cool and my P4 system is actually louder.

I heard of 5148 and lots are waiting on it - but its interesting to here of other versions coming out. Maybe next will be say a 5348 (quad core ) - or even better a mobile quad core


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