Server-class Intel® Xeon® E5 and Intel® Xeon® D processors offer different features for defense applications, with the Intel Xeon E5 providing higher compute performance and the Intel Xeon D system on chips (SoCs) targeting size, weight, and power-sensitive systems.
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