Speaking at an HP workstations event in Los Angeles last week, Kirk Skaugen, vice president of Intel's Digital Enterprise Group, discussed the chip giant's new Xeon 5500 processors, the main advantages they offer over previous versions, and how they will impact HP's new Z Workstation series.
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