Launching Intel Xeon E processors

Posted on 12 December, 2019

Unlock essential performance for business with a server powered by the Intel® Xeon® E processor

A desktop PC may offer basic services, but it can't deliver the performance and security required for business-class workloads. Position your business growth with a reliable single-server solution designed to help protect valuable data and host critical software solutions.

Scale with Modern Workloads

Desktop PCs lack the capacity to scale as system demands grow. Organisations can plan for the future by upgrading to an Intel® Xeon® E processor-based server featuring PCIe* SSD support for expansive storage and up to eight cores per processor to meet increased application demands.

Protection for Business-Critical Assets

Using a PC as a server increases the risk of system failure, downtime, and data loss that can come with devastating repercussions. With reporting and remote management features like Intel® Server Platform Services and Error-Correcting Code (ECC) Memory, a server can help businesses reduce downtime and protect resources.

Boost your Productivity

A server based on an Intel® Xeon® E processor delivers up to 2x better compute performance compared to a four-year-old system (estimated).1 By leveraging these productivity gains, small businesses can increase efficiencies, resulting in greater work output and stronger profitability.

Boston have 2 workstations which are powered by Intel® Xeon® E-2200 series processor; the Boston Venom 1002-10NP and the Boston Venom 1003-10NP. Designed with professional workloads in mind, both of these workstations have enough computing power to satisfy the demands of modern creative applications. Based on the Intel® Coffee Lake core architecture, these workstations feature up to 8 cores/16 threads while boosting clock speeds up to 5GHz.

You can request your test drives on these workstations at our Boston Labs today!


Results have been estimated or simulated using internal Intel analysis or architecture simulation or modeling and provided to you informational purposes. Any differences in your system hardware, software, or configuration may affect your actual performance.

1. Tested at Intel Corp as of 6/03/2019, 1x Intel Xeon E-2288G Processor, Platform: Moss Beach 8, 4x 16GB DDR4 2666 ECC (64GB 2666MHz), OS: Ubuntu* 18.04.2 LTS (Kernel 4.15.0-47-generic), Benchmark: SPECrate*2017_int_base (Estimated, Compiler: ICC 19.0.1.144, BIOS: CNLSE2R1.R00.X188.B13.1903250419, HT=On, Turbo=On, uCode:0xb0, Storage: SSD S4610 Series 1.92TB, Score: 56 (Estimated). Tested at Intel Corp as of 5/23/2019, 1x Intel Xeon Processor E3-1280v5, Platform: S1200SP, 4x 16GB DDR4 2400MT/s ECC(64GB 2400MHz ), OS: Ubuntu 18.04.2 LTS (Kernel 4.15.0-45-generic), Benchmark: SPECrate*2017_int_base (Estimated), Compiler: ICC 19.0.1.144, BIOS: S1200SP.86B.03.01.1029.01252018838, HT=On, Turbo=On, uCode:0xc6, Storage: SSD S3710 Series 400G, Score: 28 (Estimated).

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