Intel: Comparing Two- and Four-Socket Platforms for Server Virtualization
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Intel IT compared the performance of two and four processor-socket servers with Intel® quad-core processors in a virtualized environment. This virtualization benchmarking study examined server performance, Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) and scalability for a variety of deployment scenarios. The results indicated that memory-intensive and scalability-focused deployment scenarios were best met with a four-socket server based on the Quad-Core Intel® Xeon® processor 7300 series.

Which platform is the best for your virtualization projects? Read this Intel IT report to learn how various solutions compare.
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