Intel and Google Cloud launch new chip to improve data center performance

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By Jane Lanhee Lee (Reuters) – Intel Corp and Alphabet Inc’s Google Cloud on Tuesday said they have launched a co-designed chip that can make data centers more secure and efficient. The E2000 chip, code named Mount Evans, takes over the work of packaging data for networking from the expensive central processing units (CPU) that do the main computing. It also offers better security between different customers that may be sharing CPUs in the cloud, explained Google’s vice president of engineering, Amin Vahdat. Chips are made up of basic processors called cores. There can be hundreds of cores on …

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