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New chip by Intel for Indian cos

Global chip maker Intel has developed a new processor to enable Indian enterprises meet demand for new services with greater efficiency and flexibility, a company official said Wednesday.

"Our new Xeon processor offers 45 percent more efficiency and 50 percent higher performance to benefit Indian enterprises in the service-oriented mobile world," Intel Asia-Pacific director Narendra Bhadari told reporters at a preview.

The company also unveiled a new version of its Atom processor and the fourth generation core processors to enhance security and productivity in data centre with faster boot and application start times.

"Our goal is to re-architect data centre to provide a common, software-based foundation for both data centres and cloud service providers spanning servers, networking, storage and security," Bhandari said.

The company's global data centre develops solutions to help enterprises keep pace with demand for cloud services and managing data generated from billions of users and connected devices worldwide.

"Our new products and technologies will allow us to expand into new segments of the data centre in India by becoming the means to deliver new services to businesses and consumers than reducing cost and increasing productivity," he said.

As data centres enter a new era of rapid service delivery, the company is betting on growth opportunities across network, storage and servers to deliver scale and efficiency.

"We are looking to accelerate our progress in the Indian enterprise segment with solutions that address the high performance needs of the fast evolving space," Bhandari asserted.

The National Stock Exchange (NSE) in Mumbai has deployed the latest Xeon processors in its servers to meet its huge computing requirement, as the world's largest bourse in terms of equity trade.

"We align our technology needs with Intel's new processors to meet our increasing compute needs and reinforce our leadership position in the equity market," NSE director N. Muralidharan said.