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Intel’s Growing Chip Portfolio Stretches From Cloud to Edge

September 18, 2018 / Jessica Lyons Hardcastle

The Xeon processor “is where we started bifurcating, investing more heavily in the acceleration and the set instruction, specifically for data-center workloads,” said Jennifer Huffstetler, VP and GM of data center product management.

This includes investing in the chips’ capabilities related to SDN and NFV. “Every year we make continual enhancements and improvements in VM performance, VM migration, which becomes really important for cloud architectures,” Huffstetler said.