Intel® Atom™ Processor C2000 Microserver Product Family Datasheet
Introduction and Product Offerings
A new emerging segment exists in the server marketplace that Intel Corporation calls microserver. The Intel® Atom™ processor C2000 product family for microserver is the next generation of System-On-Chip (SoC) 64-bit processor built on the 22-nanometer process technology designed for certain lightweight scale out workloads. This highly-integrated SoC contains two, four, or eight processor cores depending on the product SKU. Throughout this document, the Intel Atom processor C2000 product family for microserver is also referred to as simply SoC or C2xx0.
This market is served by low-power Intel® Xeon® processor-based systems and, recently, by platforms based on the Intel Atom processor.
This SoC is the first silicon development to specifically address the microserver market. As such, the SoC achieves dramatic improvements over past microservers in the five dimensions described above.
Each execution core has an L1 instruction cache and data cache. The execution cores are grouped into two-core modules and share a 1 MB L2 cache and common interface to the rest of the SoC. Each core is a single-threaded execution core and performs out-of-order instruction execution.
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