Intel says new ‘Sierra Forest’ chip to more than double power efficiency

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By Stephen Nellis (Reuters) – Intel on Monday said a new data center chip coming out next year will handle more than double the amount of computing work that can be done for each watt of power used, part of a broader industry push to lower electricity consumption. At a semiconductor technology conference held at Stanford University in Silicon Valley, Intel said its “Sierra Forest” chip will have 240% better performance per watt than its current generation of data center chip, the first time the company has disclosed such figures. The data centers that power the internet and online services con…

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