Thanks for coming back to the communities.
If you are referring to multi core processors, I can confirm they are multi core units.
You can check processor specifications at ark.intel.com
Or you can filter by processor features here:
Thanks for the reply Allan. I know each of those are multi-core processors already after having reviewed various sources including Intel's web site. The Multi-Chip Module is a slightly different animal where two CPU's (with one or more cores each) are on a shared module that would occupy a single processor socket. Oracle has decided that those should be treated differently but Oracle does not have or maintain a list of MCM's and so far I cannot find that Intel has such a list either.
Thanks for the information. I am currently researching on this issue. As soon as I can, I will send you a message with my findings. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.
The following is the response from our engineering department:
The processor models: E5-2697, E5-2695, E5-2690 and E5-2680 are not Multi-Chip Modules. I regret to inform you that Intel does not have a list of MCM processors available on the Intel web site.
Thanks for the information. I came cross to the message when I was trying to figure out these processors: