A few months ago, Intel’s CEO Brian Krzanich said the company had announced a new generation of chips for servers.
Intel’s next generation processors are supposed to offer better power efficiency, better performance and better security than their predecessors.
Now, a new report claims that the company has a new chip for its new high-end servers, which could offer better performance than Intel’s previous chips, but less power efficiency and better cooling.
The new chips are supposedly based on the same processor as the next-generation Xeon Phi chip that Intel will be building for servers, so they’re basically a completely different chip.
The chip, the Intel Xeon Phi Embedded Power Module (EPEM), could provide Intel with 10 times the performance of its current Xeon Phi chips.
But the new chip, according to the report, could also deliver 10 times more power efficiency.
The Intel Xeon-D Phi is Intel’s top-end server processor.
It’s the chip that is supposed to replace the Xeon Phi, but instead Intel is building its Xeon Phi-EPEM-based Xeon Phi server processors in a separate, low-power, high-performance node that runs on the Xeon-A, the chip used in Xeon Phi servers.
So, while the Xeon EPs are going to replace them, they’re still the same Xeon-based server chip that we’ve been seeing for years.
The Xeon Phi and the Xeon D Phi chips are both based on Intel’s new high end Xeon Phi processor.
But unlike the Xeon Phis, which were originally designed to be a replacement for the Xeon FPs that Intel bought in 2015, Intel is going to be building the Xeon PHIs as the new high ends of Xeon Phi.
That means that the Xeon EPEM could be the new Xeon Phi replacement that is the high end of Xeon FP and Xeon Phi as a whole.
It might also mean that the new chips will be similar in architecture to the Xeon A chips.
The report doesn’t provide details on the chip, but Intel said that it was based on an Intel Xeon chip.
This means that this chip could be based on either the new Intel Xeon E5 or the Xeon X55, but the new EPEM might be based more on the X55 than the X5.
Intel is using a new silicon vendor to build its next-gen Xeon Phi processors.
Intel will also be using a third-party chip vendor to create the new servers that are expected to be part of the new generation, according the report.
This third-partner chip will be Intel’s Embedded Photonics and Thermal Solutions (EPTPS), a company that will build the chips for the new processor.
The two chip vendors will build chips for both the Xeon processor and Xeon PHY processors.
The EPTPS chips are based on what Intel calls its Intel Xeon PHYC platform, which Intel has used for a while.
But that platform has been a little bit less competitive than Intel hoped.
Intel has been building new Xeon processors for a few years now, and it was still building Xeon Phi for the next generation.
The original Xeon Phi was built to replace Xeon Phi that Intel purchased last year, but that platform is no longer in use.
Instead, Intel built its new Xeon PHYS platform to replace a previous Xeon Phi platform that Intel acquired a couple of years ago.
The old platform was the Xeon N-series processor.
As part of that acquisition, Intel also bought the Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) chipmaker, the Advanced Technology Institute (ATI).
AMD has been developing next- generation processors for AMD, but it is still building the processor that will be used in its upcoming Xeon Phi Xeon Phi architecture.
The next generation Xeon Phi will use a new architecture called the Phi-Xeon Phi.
The Phi-XP is a slightly different version of the Xeon architecture, but is still based on a similar chip architecture.
Intel announced its new processors in April, so the company still hasn’t released them to the public.
Intel did reveal that it had a new Xeon processor in July.
The company had already released the new processors to customers in the past, and Intel had been releasing Xeon Phi products in a variety of sizes.
However, Intel announced the new products in August and September, so it’s not yet clear whether the new CPUs are actually for sale or are just for promotional purposes.
We’ve reached out to Intel for comment.
Intel also announced that it will be using the new Phi chip for the high-core-count Xeon Phi CPU in the next version of its Xeon processor family.
This is similar to the strategy that Intel has pursued with its previous Xeon processors, which are also based on Xeon Phi technology.
But Intel has not announced when it will release its next high-power Xeon Phi series of processors, so we’ll have to wait for the announcement to know when we can expect to see them.
Intel said in September that