To begin with, Intel will be bumping up the core count to 18 as compared to 14 of Haswell-EP. This results in a total of 36 threads with Hyper Threading technology. Furthermore, we’ll have 2.5 MB of LLC cache resulting in a total of 45 MB for the 18 core chips. Broadwell-EP will also make use of the technology where the cache of the sleeping cores can be utilized by other cores; this isn’t possible in current server level processors. And we’ll obviously see DDR4 memory support with up to 2400 MHz speeds. With two slots per channel, single socket Broadwell-EP systems will be able to have up to 1TB of DDR4 memory with the help of 3DS LRDIMMs.