Intel® Xeon® D




Xeon D is a family of 64-bit multi-core x86 microserver single-chip processors introduced by Intel in March of 2015. Xeon D chips are aimed at filling the gap between the Atom and the Xeon E3 families. Targeting the low-end server market, the Xeon D family puts priority on efficiency and networking – areas where dense, lower-power, lightweight hyperscale workloads are expected.