Intel® Xeon® processors, Dell PowerEdge* servers, and Red Hat Enterprise Linux* deliver new of mission-critical computing for the enterprise.
Intel® Xeon® processors, Dell PowerEdge* servers, and Red Hat Enterprise Linux* deliver new mission-critical computing for the enterprise.
Companies rely on real-time accurate information to increase business success. However, IT departments are inundated with multiple database solutions, applications, and hardware platforms, creating greater complexity in the data center. Standardizing on the Cisco Unified Computing System™ running Oracle solutions provides a scalable, reliable, and high-performance information platform crucial for business. This proven and radically simplified platform, together with Oracle solutions, quickly and consistently secures corporate data assets with less risk and at a lower total cost of ownership (TCO).
Intel® Xeon® processors, powering high-performance computing, allow detection and handling of hardware anomalies so that data-bases and applications can be rehosted quickly on an alternative server with little or no downtime.
Video: Oracle’s Sun Fire X4470 M2* and Sun Fire X4800 M2* systems and Intel® Xeon® processor E7 family help redefine the enterprise data center.
Video: Oracle’s Sun Fire X4470 M2* and Sun Fire X4800 M2* systems, based on Intel® Xeon® processor E7 family, join Oracle’s comprehensive portfolio delivering complete business solutions.Full View >
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 >
Brief highlights successful, real-world virtualization deployments with VMware and Intel, and sharing of best practices.
The dynamic data center (DDC) is the fulfillment of many long-term IT goals, providing performance, flexibility and capacity at a much lower cost. Applying virtualization successfully to deliver the DDC concept takes preparation.
Video: Intel and VMware discuss the virtualization business benefits.
Video shows Intel® microarchitecture and Microsoft Windows 7* technical collaboration, delivering new consumer and business features.
Covers Intel® microarchitecture and Microsoft Windows 7* technical collaboration, offering new consumer and business benefits like shorter boot, startup, and shutdown times, better power management, and easier desktop deployment and wireless usage.Full View >
Video: Intel IT Client OS Product Manager John Gonzalez talks managed application compatibility and data migration to Microsoft Windows 7*.
Intel IT Client OS Product Manager John Gonzalez talks managed application compatibility and data migration to Microsoft Windows 7*.Full View >
Intel IT discovered that delaying server refresh plans would increase our costs by USD 19 million. Testing showed we can achieve a 10:1 consolidation ratio on average by replacing older servers with Intel® Xeon® processor 5500 series-based servers.
The previous generation Intel® Core™ i5 processor with Intel® Turbo Boost Technology and Intel® Hyper-Threading Technology delivers speed that adapts.
Previous Generation Intel® Core™ i5 Mobile Processor - Consumer