Intel’s latest processors, which include the Xeon Phi family and Xeon E5, are more energy efficient, according to the company.
The company said in a statement that its new E6 chips “are about 10 percent more energy-efficient than previous generations of Intel Xeon processors.”
Intel is expected to release more than 100 chips in the coming weeks.
Intel is releasing two new chips, the Xeon E7 and Xeon EP-X, in the form of Xeon Phi.
They are based on Intel’s 14nm process technology.
The E7, which will ship in mid-February, is a 12-core Xeon Phi with up to 128 threads and 16 GB of DDR4 RAM.
The EP-XP is a new 12- and 16-core processor based on the Intel 14nm node.
In addition to the CPU family, Intel is also releasing a new platform architecture called Atom.
The Atom platform will be able to run at speeds of up to 2,200 MB/s, which is 20 percent faster than previous versions.
If Intel is able to keep up with demand for these processors, Intel expects to sell between 500 and 1,000 million Atom chips in Q4.
This will be the second time Intel has shipped a new version of the Atom platform.
In 2016, Intel introduced the first Atom-based desktop processor, the Pentium 4.
It was based on a 28nm process.
Last year, Intel announced it was launching a new server platform called Skylake.
A lot of new chips have been released for the Atom, which also includes new versions of the Xeon CPUs.
The new Xeon Phi chip, for example, has an increase in the CPU core count from 14 to 15, but Intel has removed the Xeon XE-12 from its Atom lineup.
It’s unclear if Intel will also release new processors based on Broadwell-EP chips in late 2017.