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Intel Xeon E-2200 Family Released

by Adam Armstrong

Today Intel released its latest processor family, the Intel Xeon E-2200 processors. This new CPU family is aimed at entry-level servers for small to medium businesses. Intel states that the E-2200 family can also enhance cloud security for service providers. 


Today Intel released its latest processor family, the Intel Xeon E-2200 processors. This new CPU family is aimed at entry-level servers for small to medium businesses. Intel states that the E-2200 family can also enhance cloud security for service providers. 

The new CPUs are 4-, 6-, and 8-core and available in single-socket configuration only. The 8-core versions are stated as being able to enable servers to operate at frequencies reaching up to 5.0 GHz (with Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2.0) and feature expanded capacity for hardware-enhanced security using Intel Secure Guard Extensions (Intel SGX). As stated, these processors are aimed at small business. The Xeon E-2200 provide essential performance, reliability, security and expandability while supporting the latest server operating systems. These systems can be easily monitored through Intel Server Platform Services.

Intel Xeon key specifications

Maximum Core Count Supported8
Maximum Base Frequency Supported4.0 GHz
Maximum Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2.0 Frequency Supported5.0 GHz
Processor Cache Memory SupportUp to 16MB Intel Smart Cache
Processor Performance SupportIntel Turbo Boost 2.0 Technology, Threading Technology (Intel HT)
Maximum Number of Processor Sockets SupportedOne Socket
Thermal Design Point (TDP)Up to 95 Watts
Socket TypeLGA-1151 Socket
System Memory Support2 channels of DDR4 ECC 2666 MHz 2 DPC
Maximum System Memory SupportedUp to 128GB
Supported ChipsetIntel C240 Series Chipsets
I/O  PCI Express 3.0 – Up to 40 lanes (CPU + Chipset)
USB 3.1 – Up to 6 ports
USB 3.0 – Up to 10 ports
SATA 3.0 – Up to 8 ports
​DMI – Up to 4 lanes, Gen 3  
Intel Manageability Engine (Intel ME)Intel ME v12 with Intel Active Management Technology (Intel AMT), and Intel Server Platform Services
Intel Rapid Storage TechnologyIntel Rapid Storage Technology PCIe 3.0
Processor Manufacturing ProcessIntel’s latest 14nm process technology

Intel also claims that the Xeon-2200 processor family can enhance cloud security for cloud service providers. As stated, the new CPUs support Intel SGX that can deliver an additional layer of hardware-based security and manageability features to the data center. SGX provides a partition to users’ application code and data into processor-hardened, encrypted areas of execution in memory. Intel has contributed the Intel SGX Software Development Kit to the Confidential Computing Consortium project in the Linux Foundation and should result in a growing ecosystem of develops using the new software. 

Intel Xeon E-2200 Processors

Processor NumberBase Clock Speed (GHz)Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2.0 Frequency (GHz)Cores/ ThreadsCache (MB)PCI Express 3.0 Lanes (CPU + Chipset)Memory SupportThermal Design Power (TDP)Socket (LGA)Recommended Customer Pricing ($ US Dollars)
Intel Xeon E-2288G3.75.08/1616MB SmartCache40Two channels DDR4-266695W1151$539
Intel Xeon E-2278G3.45.08/1616MB SmartCache40Two channels DDR4-266680W1151$494
Intel Xeon E-2286G4.04.96/1212MB SmartCache40Two channels DDR4-266695W1151$450
Intel Xeon E-2276G3.84.96/1212MB SmartCache40Two channels DDR4-266680W1151$362
Intel Xeon E-2274G4.04.94/88MB SmartCache40Two channels DDR4-266683W1151$328
Intel Xeon E-2246G3.64.86/1212MB SmartCache40Two channels DDR4-266680W1151$311
Intel Xeon E-2244G3.84.84/88MB SmartCache40Two channels DDR4-266671W1151$272
Intel Xeon E-22363.44.86/1212MB SmartCache40Two channels DDR4-266680W1151$284
Intel Xeon E-22343.64.84/88MB SmartCache40Two channels DDR4-266671W1151$250
Intel Xeon E-2226G3.44.76/612MB SmartCache40Two channels DDR4-266680W1151$255
Intel Xeon E-2224G3.54.74/48MB SmartCache40Two channels DDR4-266671W1151$213
Intel Xeon E-22243.44.64/48MB SmartCache40Two channels DDR4-266671W1151$193

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