5Small Business IT Needs Performance: Increased demand for productivity solutions will drive small business IT investment in Security: 73% of small businesses have faced a cyber attack in the past year2 Reliability: More than 50% of small businesses have had a data loss episode3 Access: 71% of small businesses need technology that enables their staff to work anywhere at any time4“[Before our upgrade] we had a desktop that we were using as a server. We’d used it for about seven years and it was reaching the end of its lifecycle ...everything ran slow.” - Josh Leake, Owner, PlumTree Mortgage
6Intel® Xeon® Processor E3-1200 v2 Product Family: Ideal Entry-Level Server Platform Intel® 22nm technology for up to 32% more energy-efficient performance vs. previous generation Built-In Security with Intel® AES-NI, Intel® OS Guard and Intel® Secure Key technologiesMore Reliability than desktop with ECC memory support and Intel® Rapid Storage TechnologyFaster Access to Data with new technologies such as PCI Express*3.0, Intel® Smart Cache Technology, DDR memory and SATA 6Gb/s1. Based on SPECpower_ssj*2008 results. Software and workloads used in performance tests may have been optimized for performance only on Intel microprocessors. Performance tests, such as SYSmark and MobileMark, are measured using specific computer systems, components, software, operations and functions. Any change to any of those factors may cause the results to vary. You should consult other information and performance tests to assist you in fully evaluating your contemplated purchases, including the performance of that product when combined with other products.
7Introducing the Intel® Xeon® Processor E3-1200v2 Product Family Affordable, powerful foundation for on premise computing that is secure and reliable.Features that increase centralized computing productivityCapabilities that provideon-premise security and reliabilityPerformance32% more energy-efficient performance than previous generationPerformance that adapts for work-load spikes (Intel® Turbo Boost Technology 2.0, Intel® Hyper-Threading Technology)Access2x I/O bandwidth than previous generation with PCI Express* 3.0Faster access to data & applications with Intel® Smart Cache TechnologySupports faster memory (DDR3-1600) & storage (SATA 6Gb/s) technologiesSecurityAccelerated data encryption with Intel® AES-NIBetter protection from malware attacks with Intel® OS GuardHighest levels of random number generation with Intel® Secure KeyReliabilityAdvanced data integrity and system uptime with ECC memory supportAdded protection against data loss in the event of a hard drive failure with Intel® Rapid Storage TechnologyFull sentence-headings are optional, since you do not want to ‘lock’ the agency into telling the story one way, especially once they start writing and need to modify the order to tell the story better.NEW
8Intel® Xeon® Processor E3-1200 v2 Delivers More Benefits than Desktop Intel® Xeon® Processor E3 Family-based ServerTypical Desktop SystemIntel® Xeon® E v2 CPU Intel® Server Board S1200BTL+ Intel® HT Technology is standard+ ECC Memory Support+ Validated on server-class OSs+ Server-class remote management+ 4 additional PCIe Lanes+ 8 MB Cache is standard+ Built to run 24/7Intel® Core™ Processor i Intel® Desktop Board DQ77MKNow that we’ve discussed when a small business might be ready to upgrade to a “real server,” let’s take a look at the costs involved:Intel® Xeon® E CPU (3.2 GHz, 8 MB cache, 4 cores/8 threads) vs. Intel® Core™ i CPU (6M Cache, 3.10 GHz, 4 cores/4 threads)Comparing the price and features of a typical Intel Xeon Processor E3 server vs. a typical desktop system configuration.Here are the added features that Xeon E3 supports (and the desktop system doesn’t):Higher cache size (=more responsiveness) and Hyper-Threading (=better multitasking)ECC memory support to ensure 24x7 reliabilityValidated on server operating systems to ensure application vendor supportServer-class remote management options to reduce system downtimeAdditional PCI Express ports for I/O expansion optionsChassis support for hot-swappable hard discs and features like redundant PSUs,All of these features come at an incremental cost of $0.10 per day over a 4-year period (system lifetime).In summary, an Intel Xeon processor E3-based “real server” delivers better value to your customers than a desktop.Additional $0.23 investmentper day over 4 years1Total SystemPrice: $850Total SystemPrice: $6001. Cost figures based on system configurations from and other online retailers as of May 2012
10Intel® Xeon® Processor E3-1200 v2 Product Family Platform Overview PCIe 3.0 Graphics/IOSupports USB 3.0 (Requires C216 chipset)Built on 22nm processNext GenerationIntel® HD Graphics with DX11 support (Requires C216 Chipset)PCIe I/ODMIDisplayPortsPower Aware Interrupt Routing for power savingsx16 PCIeGen3X4 PCIeGen2System AgentIMCIntegrated Memory Channel2 Channels DDR3-16002 DIMMs per ChannelDisplay2ch DDR3CoreLLCSupports 3 Displays (Requires C216 chipset)Up to 4C and 8MB of Intel® Smart CacheCoreLLCCoreLLCCoreLLCIntel® Hyper-Threading TechnologyProcessor GraphicsLast Level Cache (LLC) shared between CPU and Integrated Graphics for better performanceIntel® Turbo Boost Technology 2.0Power = 87W/77W/69W45W/17WIntel® AES-NI and Intel® AVX instruction setsNew Features for E v2
11Intel® Xeon® Processor E3-1200 v2 Product Family Server/Workstation Platform
12Intel® C216/C200 Series Chipset Family Comparison C216 chipset (workstation)C206 Chipset (workstation/ advanced server)C204 Chipset (standard server)C202 Chipset (entry server)Intel® AMT 8.0√Intel® Rapid Storage TechnologyIntel® Smart Response TechnologyIntegrated GraphicsSupported Displays32Integrated HD AudioNode ManagerUSB 3.0 Ports4USB 2.0 Ports101412PCI-E 2.0 Ports8SATA (3 Gb/s) Ports6SATA (6 Gb/s) PortsLegacy PCI DevicesNot all technologies available on all CPU SKUs. Please contact your Intel representative for further detailed information regarding CPU supported features.
13Intel® Xeon® Processor E3-1200 v2 Product Family Reference Table Processor NumberClock Speed/TDP (GHz/Watt)Single Core Turbo Max SpeedCacheCores/ ThreadsIntel Graphics EngineMemory Speed (DDR3 only)Intel®HT TechnologyTurbo Boost TechnologyIntel CapabilitiesDBSAES-NI &TXTVT & Flex MigrationE v23.70 (87W)4.108MB4/8none1600/ 1333√E v23.60 (69W)4.00E v23.50 (69W)3.90E v23.40 (69W)3.80E v23.30 (69W)3.70E v23.10 (69W)3.504/4E3-1220L v22.30 (17W)3MB2/4E v23.50 (77W)HD P4000E3-1265L v22.50 (45W)HD 2000E v23.40 (77W)E v23.20 (77W)3.606MBClock speed/TDP Top frequency that cpu can reach on its own with all four coresSingle core turbo max speed – with one core working on its own.Cache: memory cache on processorDemand based switching – Intel term for when processor can run at lower frequency/idle and then switch over to higher frequency when needed. Saves you power.TXT must have chipset & processor that supports it.Flexmigration – when you migrate your older OS to newer system, enables it to work.vPro – subset of AMT. AMT advanced management technology includes vPro.No Graphics SKUsGraphics SKUsTray-Only SKUsAll boxed SKUs include thermal solution
18UDIMM Support on Intel® Xeon® Processor E3-1200 v2 Product Family DIMM Slots per ChannelDIMMs Populated per ChannelDIMM TypePOR SpeedsRanks per DIMM (any combination)Supported Board Layer21Unbuffered DDR3 ECC1333, 1600SR, DR4Other Notes & Restrictions:DDR3L DIMMS running at 1.5V are POR for use with IVB-H2. DDR3L DIMMS running at 1.35V are not supported.No support for RDIMMs or SODIMMsAll channels in a system run at the fastest common frequencyNon-ECC UDIMMs not supported on the Bromolow Refresh Server platformsMixing ECC and non-ECC UDIMMs anywhere on the platform is not supportedStatic CLTT supported via BMC (requires ECC DIMMs with thermal sensor)Max Memory Possible1Gb DRAM Technology2Gb DRAM Technology4Gb DRAM TechnologySingle Rank UDIMM4GB (4x 1GB DIMMs)8GB (4x 2GB DIMMs)16GB (4x 4GB DIMMs)Dual Rank UDIMMs32GB (4x 8GB DIMMs)
19Intel® Xeon® Processor E3-1200 v2 Memory Support PlatformDIMM ConfigurationIntel® Xeon® processor E v2 product familyIntel® C202 Chipset(Cougar Point Essential Server)and C204 Chipset(Cougar Point Standard Server)UDIMM Non-ECCNot SupportedUDIMM ECCSupportedUDIMM Mix ECC withNon-ECCIntel® C216/C206 Chipset(C216 Workstation and Cougar Point Advanced Server)Supported (Client OS)Not Supported (Server OS)Intel® 7 Series Chipset(C216 Desktop)
21Intel® Turbo Boost Technology 2.01 “Dynamic” Turbo Frequency limits2Turbo bin3Base FrequenciesIdle modeFour-Core TurboDual-Core TurboSingle-Core TurboEFFICIENTAdapts by varying turbo frequency to conserve energy depending upon the type of instructionsDYNAMICBoosts power level to achieve performance gains for high intensity “dynamic” workloadsINTELLIGENTPower-managing algorithm manages power and thermal headroom to optimize performanceIntel® Turbo Boost Technology 2.0 delivers intelligent and energy efficient performance on demand1. See Intel® Turbo Boost Technology disclaimer2. Dynamic Range does not represent additional Turbo bins3. The number of Turbo bins shown is only for illustrative purposes and is not representative of the actual number of turbo bins available
22Intel® Hyper-Threading Technology Each processor core can run two tasks at the same timeTwo thread engines per core enable 4-way processing in dual core systems and 8-way processing in quad core systemsCORECOREWithout Intel® HT TechnologyWith Intel® HT TechnologyLearn More:
23Intel® AES-NI New instruction set accelerates data encryption Secure transactions are used pervasively in e-commerce and banking applicationsFull disk encryption software protects data automatically during saving to diskMost enterprise applications offer options to use encryption to secure information and protect confidentialityFull-disk encryption protects data on hard disks21Secure transactions on Internet and IntranetIntranetInternetName: J.DoeSS# Application-level encryption for automation and granularity3Intel® AES-NI Allows Broader Use of Encryption for Better Protection of Small Business Data
24Intel® Smart Cache Allows each core to dynamically utilize available cache If one core has minimal cache requirements, other cores dynamically increase cache usageImproves overall system performance by keeping more data closer to CPU for faster executionMore cache benefits most small business applicationsIntel® Smart CacheCore 1Core 2Core 3Core 4Learn more:
25Intel® OS Guard Next Generation Execute Disable Bit (XD) Helps prevent attackers from tricking the OS in executing attack code from application memoryEnhances protection for operating system from apps (prevents privilege escalation attack vector)Intel OS GuardOS Execute instructionsOS Execute instructions√OSMemoryApplicationMemoryIntel® OS Guard Protects Operating Systems from AttacksNOTE: NOT ALL FEATURES AVAILABLE ON ALL SKUs
26Potential Applications Intel® Secure Key Provides CPU with autonomous, high performance, Digital Random Number GeneratorHigh QualityWith a high-quality, high-volume entropy source, resulting random numbers are at highest levels of unpredictability“Standards” compliant (NIST SP ) and NIST FIPS Level 2 certifiedHigh PerformanceFaster than any other entropy source todayEasy AccessRdRAND instruction available to all applications and at any privilege levelSecureHardware module implementation isolates entropy source and deterministic random bit generator (DRBG) from software attacksPotential Applications
27Automatic Data Correction with Error Correcting Code (ECC) Memory Error Correcting Code (ECC) memory can detect multiple-bit memory errors and locate and correct single bit errors to keep business applications running smoothly and prevent stealth data corruption.Desktop System Without ECC ProtectionIntel® Xeon®-Based Server With ECC ProtectionDesktops may experience hundreds of memory errors per year†Errors can result in a system crash or data corruptionMemory error on financial data, customer data, or health records can be disastrousECC detects and corrects up to % of all memory errors†Can prevent “system glitches” responsible for 36 percent of data loss cases in 2009One of the main features Xeon E3 supports is Error Correcting Code (or ECC) memory. This feature, only available on Xeon, automatically detects and corrects memory errors that can cause system crash or data corruption.ECC detects and corrects up to % of all memory errors and can prevent system glitches often responsible for data loss.Xeon E3 servers with ECC Memory are designed to keep your business up-and-running reliably 24x7.Intel® Xeon® E3-Based Servers With ECC Keep Businesses Up and RunningOnlywith† Source: X. Li, K. Shen, M. Huang, and L. Chu. A memory soft error measurement on production systems. In USENIX Annual Technical Conf., 2007.
28Minimize Data Loss with Intel® Rapid Storage Technology (Intel® RST) Usages and BenefitsSupports RAID 0/1/10/5Simple interfaceProtection from loss due to drive failure or data corruptionContinuous protection of your most recent dataFully fault-tolerant – no downtime on HDD failureHot plug support for online HDD replacementAutomatic Alert to Administrator when hard drive failsServer with Intel® Rapid Storage TechnologyIntel® RST Protects Critical Business Information With Redundant Storage Capabilities28
30Intel® Xeon® Processor E3-1200 v2 Processor Family Dependable, intelligent performance that provides small businesses with built-in headroom for growth in a server designed to operate 24/7More PerformanceFaster Access to DataIncreased SecurityEnhanced ReliabilityLearn more:
32Bromolow OS Validation List PlatformOperating SystemsWorkstationWindows* XP Pro SP3 (x32 and x64)Windows Vista Business SP2 (x32 and x64)Windows 7 Pro (x32 and x64)Red Hat Enterprise Linux* Desktop (x32 and x64)Novell SuSE Linux Enterprise Desktop (x32 and x64)Solaris* 10 (x32 and x64)ServerWindows Server 2003 R2 (x32 and x64)Windows Server 2008 (x32 and x64)Windows Server 2008 R2 (x64)Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server (x32 and x64)Novell SuSE Linux Enterprise Server (x32 and x64)VirtualVMwareMicrosoft Hyper-V (formerly Viridian)XenKernel Virtual MachineIMPORTANT NOTE: The listing of an OS in the table indicates only that the OS is being used by Intel for Bromolow validation. The listing of an OS in the table does not imply Intel has completed Bromolow validation with it, or that the platform has full support from the OS supplier.Customers are responsible for certification of OS’s for their products. Customers may validate additional OS’s and/or platform features that are not validated by Intel and claim support.Contact your OS supplier to determine their planned release dates for new versions32
33Performance Configuration (Summary) SPECjbb*2005Baseline Configuration and Score on Benchmark: Fujitsu PRIMERGY RX100 S7 with one Intel® Xeon ® Processor E (Quad-Core, 3.5GHz, 8MB L3 cache), Hyper-Threading Enabled, 32GB memory (4x 8GB DDR UDIMM), 64GB SATA SSD, Windows Server2008R2 SP1. Oracle Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM on Windows, version 1.6.0_25). Represents the best published results as of Apr Score:391,563bops.New Configuration and Score on Benchmark: Intel® Hermosa Beach 2 CRB platform with one Intel® Xeon® Processor E3-1280v2 (Quad-core, 3.6GHz, 8MB L3 cache, E0-stepping) , EIST Enabled, Turbo Boost Enabled, Hyper-Threading Enabled, 8GB memory (2x 4GB DDR UDIMM), 64G 3Gb/s SATA SSD , Windows 2008 R2 SP1. Java SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_30-b12), Java HotSpot 64-Bit Server VM (build 20.5-b03, mixed mode). Source: Intel internal testing as of Mar Score: 418,575bops.SPECCPU2006 v1.2 ic oct2011 on Linux x86_64Baseline and Score on Benchmark:- Intel® Bromolow Qual Platform with one Intel® Xeon® Processor E (8M Cache, 3.50 GHz, D2-stepping), EIST Enabled, Turbo Boost enabled, Hyper-Threading enabled, 16GB memory (2x8GB DDR ECC UDIMM), 160GB SATA 7200RPM HDD, Red Hat* Enterprise Linux Server 6.2 with kernel: el6.x86_64. Compiler version: of Intel C++ Studio XE and Intel Fortran. Source: Intel internal testing as of Feb Score: SPECint_rate_base2006=172,SPECint_rate2006=179,SPECfp_rate2006=118,SPECfp_rate2006=122,SPECint(R)_base2006=50.9,SPECint2006=53.9,SPECfp(R)_base2006=62.6, SPECfp2006=64.3New Configuration and Score on Benchmark:- Intel® Bromolow Qual Platform with one Intel® Xeon® Processor E3-1280V2 (8M Cache, 3.60 GHz, E0 stepping), EIST Enabled, Turbo Boost enabled, Hyper-Threading Enabled, 16GB memory (2x 8GB DDR ECC UDIMM), 160GB SATA 7200RPM HDD, Red Hat* Enterprise Linux Server 6.2 with kernel: el6.x86_64. Compiler version: of Intel C++ Studio XE and Intel Fortran. Source: Intel internal testing as of Feb Score : SPECint_rate_base2006=190,SPECint_rate2006=198,SPECfp_rate2006=135,SPECfp_rate2006=139,SPECint(R)_base2006=54.8,SPECint2006=58,SPECfp(R)_base2006=69.7,S PECfp2006=71.7SPECpower_ssj2008Baseline Configuration and Score on Benchmark: Intel® Hermosa Beach 2 CRB platform with one Intel® Xeon ® Processor E3-1280(Quad-Core, 3.5GHz, 8MB L3 cache), Turbo Boost Disabled, Hyper-Threading Enabled, 8GB memory (2x 4GB DDR UDIMM), 64GB SATA SSD, Windows Server2008R2 SP1. Java SE Runtime Environment (build _30-b12), Java HotSpot 64-Bit Server VM (build 20.5-b03, mixed mode). Source: Intel internal testing as of Mar Score: 2957.New Configuration and Score on Benchmark: Intel® Hermosa Beach 2 CRB platform with one Intel® Xeon® Processor E3-1280v2 (Quad-core, 3.6GHz, 8MB L3 cache, E0-stepping) , EIST Enabled, Turbo Boost Disabled, Hyper-Threading Enabled, 8GB memory (2x 4GB DDR UDIMM), 64G 3Gb/s SATA SSD , Windows 2008 R2 SP1. Java SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_30-b12), Java HotSpot 64-Bit Server VM (build 20.5-b03, mixed mode). Source: Intel internal testing as of Mar Score: 3895.Stream_omp v5.4 at N=80,000,000 on Linux x86_64Baseline and Score on Benchmark:- Intel® C206 chipset with one Intel® Xeon® Processor E (Quad-Core, 3.5GHz, 8MB L3 cache), EIST Enabled, Turbo Boost enabled, Hyper-Threading Disabled, 16GB memory (2x 8GB DDR Unbuffered ECC), 160GB SATA 7200RPM HDD, Red Hat* Enterprise Linux Server 6.2 with el6.x86_64 kernel. Source: Intel internal testing as of Mar Score of Triad: 18,629 MB/s.New Configuration and Score on Benchmark:- Intel® C206 chipset with one Intel® Xeon® Processor E v2 (Quad-Core, 3.6GHz, 8MB L3 cache, E0-stepping), EIST Enabled, Turbo Boost enabled, Hyper-Threading Disabled, 16GB memory (2x 8GB DDR Unbuffered ECC), 160GB SATA 7200RPM HDD, Red Hat* Enterprise Linux Server 6.2 with el6.x86_64 kernel. Source: Intel internal testing as of Feb Score of Triad: 22,531 MB/s.Intel Optimized SMP LINPACK on Linux x86_64Baseline Configuration and Score on Benchmark:- Intel® C206 chipset with one Intel® Xeon® Processor E (Quad-Core, 3.5GHz, 8MB L3 cache), EIST Enabled, Turbo Boost enabled, Hyper-Threading Disabled, 8GB memory (2x 4GB DDR Unbuffered ECC), 160GB SATA 7200RPM HDD, Red Hat* Enterprise Linux Server 5.5 for x86_64 with kernel Source: Intel internal testing as of Dec Score : GFlops.New Configuration and Score on Benchmark:- Intel® C206 chipset with one Intel® Xeon® Processor E v2 (Quad-Core, 3.6GHz, 8MB L3 cache, E0-stepping), EIST Enabled, Turbo Boost enabled, Hyper-Threading Disabled, 16GB memory (2x 8GB DDR Unbuffered ECC), 160GB SATA 7200RPM HDD, Red Hat* Enterprise Linux Server 6.2 with el6.x86_64 kernel. Source: Intel internal testing as of Feb Score : Gflops