Mark Bohr explains how Intel 3-D transistors manufactured at 22nm ensure the pace of technology advancement for years to come.
Intel's 3-D Tri-Gate transistor, and the ability to manufacture it in high volume, mark a dramatic change in the fundamental structure of the computer chip. Learn more about the history of transistors.Full View >
Video: Intel and VMware discuss the virtualization business benefits.
Detailed walk-through of how to set up Intel® Node Manager includes installing the system in the data center and configuration of energy monitoring.
Detailed walk-through shows how to set up a server with the Intel® Node Manager feature, includes unboxing the system, mounting into the data center, and configuration of power and thermal monitoring to manage system energy use.Full View >
SAS’s Paul Bachteal discusses data visualization growth, delivering self-service data analytics without IT dependence for faster real-time insights.
This video includes highlights from a conversation with Boyd Davis, Intel General Manager, Datacenter Software Division.
Boyd Davis, vice president and general manager of Intel’s Datacenter Software Division, discusses Intel’s vision for the data center and its unique approach to software.Full View >
Animation: Intel® Intelligent Power Node Manager is a smart way to optimize and manage power and cooling resources in the data center.
Enabling server power limiting across racks, aisles, and individual servers at the data center level, Intel® Node Manager dynamically monitors power management for increased density, load balancing, and optimized throughput during power spikes.Full View >
Cisco Senior Manager Brian Gracely talks about what drives cloud computing trends and how a unified computing environment enables innovation faster.
Video: The First American Corporation builds energy-efficient data center with Intel® Xeon® processors, lowering utility costs and server sprawl.
Intel conducted an investigation of air economizers to optimize power and cooling in their data centers.
Video: Red hat and the Intel® Xeon® processor 5500 series increase end user experience with more than two times the previous generation’s performance.