Let me help you with this information.
The Processor you mentioned is in multi Core processor. In fact it is an 8 core Xeon processor with 16 threads.
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I know this information, but it not the same as I try to find.
I refer to Multi-Chip Module (MCM) as defined in Multi-chip module - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
I need this information to calculate the correct number of processors to license a software.
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Thanks for the clarifications. I got it now.
At this point all E3, E5, and almost all E7 processors are single Chip units. In your case, the Intel® Xeon® Processor E5-2650 v2 is a Single Chip processor.
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Thanks for your input.Is there any official document from Intel certifying this information?I want to avoid legal problems because of licensing.Thanks.Marcos.
I know this processor is a Single Chip. But let me search for an Intel Official document that can certify this. I will be back soon.
Thanks for waiting. Please note that at this point there is no document that contain this information; however, you can use this tread as an Intel official response clarifying and certifying that the processor is mention is a Single Chip processor.
Also it is important to say that if the processor is a MCM it will be mentioned in the datasheet so in case it is not there you can assume it is Single Chip Module.
Thanks for your input. This information is useful to me.
You are Welcome! It is good to hear that.