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As LSI engineers packed more functionality into chips and designs grew more complex, EDA processing was taking longer to complete. At the same time, LSI faced competitive pressures to keep new product turnaround as rapid as possible. They needed to run far more design cycles in the same time period. LSI also needed energy-efficient processors that would help them reduce the power and cooling system requirements and align with the corporate objectives to be more environmentally friendly in the data centers. The LSI team considered processors and servers from several vendors and chose the Intel Xeon processor 7300 series with four cores per processor and 128 GB of RAM.
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