Explains the architecture evolution to scale-out storage for greater manageability, performance, and utilization with nearly unlimited scalability.
Explains the data center storage architecture evolution to scale-out storage, delivering manageability, more performance, and greater storage utilization with nearly unlimited scalability.Full View >
ITER, a global fusion energy research group, uses the Intel® Xeon® E5-2600 family to power Helios, a super computer used for simulation.
Video: Scale-out storage based on Intel® Xeon® processors lets you more easily scale your enterprise storage for added data protection and security.
Scale-out storage based on Intel® Xeon® processors lets you more easily scale your enterprise storage, providing added data protection and security.Full View >
Explains how storage infrastructure needs to scale-out to manage and handle rapid unstructured data growth for lower costs, power, and complexity.
Explains how to control costs, protect data, gain performance, and simplify management with scale-out storage for intelligent, future-ready solutions.
Explains how to control costs, protect data, maintain performance, and simplify management with scale-out storage, delivering highly-intelligent, efficient, and future-ready solutions for cloud and big data needs.Full View >
Indiana University gets Intel® Xeon® processor 7500 series-based servers for its data center, increasing VM capacity by 40 percent.
After a year-long search, Indiana University chooses servers based on the Intel® Xeon® processor 7500 series for its data center—increasing VM capacity by 40 percent, performance by 30 percent, and reducing physical footprint by 20 percent.Full View >
University of Leiden’s theoretical chemistry department uses Intel® Xeon® processors to model complex problems.
Redondo Beach Unified School District uses Intel® Xeon® processors to cost-effectively virtualize servers for administrative needs.
Video: Intel IT considers dynamic virtual client (DVC) technology, that provides a more robust and flexible platform for business and personal use.
Intel IT is considering implementing Dynamic Virtual Client (DVC) technology that will provide a more robust and flexible platform that users want and enterprises need. It provides greater flexibility and faster solution development at lower cost.Full View >
Video: The First American Corporation builds energy-efficient data center with Intel® Xeon® processors, lowering utility costs and server sprawl.