Whether you host desktops and workstations remotely or deliver video in the cloud, the graphics performance of the Intel® Xeon® processor E3-1200 v4 with Intel® Iris™ Pro graphics P6300 can provide the rich visual experiences end users seek. At the same time, you’ll benefit from more energy-efficient performance that enables greater density of video streams or users.
New processors from the Intel® Xeon® processor E3 family are built to support an extended range of cloud-based graphics demands. From virtual hosted desktops to cloud gaming to workstations in the cloud, you can deliver cutting-edge performance per watt and more efficient rendering in the cloud. That’s great news for applications, such as outsourced encoding at scale and device and cloud partitioning.1,2
Take care of a diverse range of media needs right from your data center. Integrated processor capabilities make smooth work of transcoding various formats for content on demand, user-generated media, live broadcasting, and video conferencing. And by eliminating a hardware component—a discrete graphics card—you’ll capture significant performance efficiencies per watt and benefit from the greater density of video streams.3,2
Go beyond video processing to measure, analyze, and interpret streaming content. For companies investing in big data analytics, new processors deliver the computing power to capture valuable metrics, gain insights, and perform data-intensive tasks like video search indexing, digital surveillance, and automated ads that react to scene changes.4
Measured designed for High Performance gaming PCs on 3DMark* (Fire Strike), and Performance Test on all other 3DMark benchmarks. Measurements E3-1285v4 vs E3-1286v3. 3DMark scores on 3DMark: 1656; 3DMark11: 2881; 3DMark Vantage: 13712; 3DMark06: 18403
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4300 streams measured 1080p30 20 MB streams: E301286L v3=10, E3-1285L v4=14.
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