The Intel Xeon family has been on a tear lately, with its latest generation hitting the market in November and the Xeon E3 family hitting the shelves in March.
These new CPUs have been built to support Intel’s Xeon Phi platform, which is used in the Xeon Phi 5 platform and its newer generation of processors.
Intel has already been testing its Xeon Phi Phi 5 processor lineup, and it looks like the company will be testing it out for several months before releasing it to the public.
That means that Intel is hoping that people who want to build a chip for their PC will be able to do so without having to wait for the Xeon Phases to hit the shelves.
Intel’s current Xeon Phi chips are based on the company’s latest Broadwell-EP processor, which has been around for two years now.
Intel has also released the Xeon X2540 (now the X2550), which is based on Broadwell.
Intel hasn’t yet confirmed the dates of when the Xeon chips will arrive, but Intel has already released a couple of teaser videos to show off the new processors.
Those videos show off a pair of chips based on a Broadwell platform that are going to be available in the fourth quarter of 2020.
Intel will also be releasing the new Xeon Phi processors with the Xeon P2540 and the E5 v2, but those chips will only be available for the next two years.
Intel hasn’t said anything about when the new chips will be available, but that doesn’t mean that Intel will be releasing new CPUs any time soon.
Intel’s Atom and Celeron chips are available for some time now, but they haven’t been released in the same way as the Xeon processors.
The new Intel Xeon Phi processor lineups are expected to include some of the same technologies as the Intel Atom chips, but there’s no word yet on when Intel will release new Atom processors.