Intel will launch Xeon E-2300 series processors
In the past few years, Intel renamed the Xeon E3-1200 series to the Xeon E series, which is a processor for single-socket entry-level servers. Subsequently, Intel launched the Xeon E-2200 series processor based on the Coffee Lake microarchitecture in the second quarter of 2019 and has not updated this product line until now. This may be related to its design, after all, the change in Comet Lake’s architecture is not big.
On the whole, the Xeon E-2300 series and Xeon W-1300 series processors are relatively close. The new Tatlow platform will have four DIMM slots, three PCIe slots, two M.2 slots, and eight SATA ports, designed to provide multifunctional servers for small businesses (SMB) or government/enterprise customers (which can support appropriate security functions) and CSP machines that do not need to integrate high-performance media processing capabilities in the processor.