Well your translation doesn't align with the pictures only with the text so which one is right text or pictures or none?
Again same as previous x?9 platforms, but now Intel will allow lower core count chips in it? Are Xeons gonna be blocked from consumer boards and chipsets again like Intel did after the Xeon 1230 wide consumer usage instead of overpriced i7s?
It still doesn't have ECC, Ryzen does, all of them and it's up to the motherboard you buy.
6C and 8C on a premium platform? Not premium anymore at all. 8C is $329 now, wouldn't pay more than $350 for it.
Need to milk more money from the silicon so they cut down the 10C or 12C now finally? Chips all the way to 4C only? In past they have been doing this for some high clock big cache Xeons for specific enterprise use. Consumer wise? Quite worthless.
Also still at 140W TDP? At 14nm? Quite high. Ryzen is designed for lower TDP and keeps up just fine, plus all CPUs are soldered even the low core count variants unlike Intel CPUs that use a toothpaste on non premium platform.
Sorry Intel but you're gonna have to try harder with what you offer and for what price.