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Intel Resumes Shipping Xeon MCC Processors After Bug is Mitigated

We reported last week that Intel has confirmed it has paused shipments of some of its 4th Gen Xeon Sapphire Rapids processors due to a newly discovered bug, but has not set a specific date for the resumption of shipments. I didn’t. The company has now issued the following statement: tom’s hardware It indicates that we have developed a firmware fix and have resumed shipping.

“Last week we informed you about an issue on a subset of 4th Generation Intel Xeon Medium Core Count Processors (SPR-MCC) that may cause system disruption under certain conditions. We have suspended the SPR-MCC of our department.” “We have shipped through a thorough evaluation of the firmware mitigations and are now confident that the firmware mitigations will resolve the issue. We have resumed shipping all versions of SPR-MCC and are working with our customers to deploy firmware as needed.”—Intel spokesperson tom’s hardware.

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