The new CPUs using the 45nm process bring several new attractive features to the Xeon line, including relative low cost that the units start out at, such as quad-core models for barely above $200. This will give not only Intel a boost, but give AMD yet another run for their money in the business market as Intel puts more pressure on them. With this new lineup, Intel now has quad-core CPUs with TDPs in the 50W range, which shows a huge improvement over existing lines. What will AMD's response be? At the moment, probably nothing – and Intel once again steals the spotlight with these new units.