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Do you know why Intel hasn't launched the Sandy Bridge-EP Xeon E5 processor for two-socket servers? Neither do we, but after attending Intel Developer Forum last week, we have some pretty good guesses. Given the relative dearth of processor news at the IDF show, the attendees and vendors that El Reg spoke to at the show had …

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  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Stcok Answer

    "No Comment" = I don't have a clue or (more usual) yes, you are correct, but we don't want to admit it.

    1. Wallyb132

      Given intel's history

      I vote the latter....

  2. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    stock control..

    my vote would be that there is surplus stock of the older processors at the big suppliers (dell, hp etc) to shift first...

  3. Sirius Lee

    Huh?

    So Intel DON'T offer a release date, a board manufacturer says they expect it in Q4 (which we're not even in yet) but because they chip is not available by some date you've mysteriously plucked out of the air then according to you Intel is late. Hmmm. Seems credible.

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