Demos the performance gains of Intel® Cache Acceleration Software in a system running four 15K RPM hard disc drives with an Intel® SSD cache drive.
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 >
Philips Medical provides better and faster diagnosis through 3D imaging with Intel® Xeon® processors.
Video: intelligent PCs based on Intel® Core™ vPro™ processors provide performance and mobility, while delivering IT with control and manageability.
Video: Intel and VMware discuss the virtualization business benefits.
Video: The First American Corporation builds energy-efficient data center with Intel® Xeon® processors, lowering utility costs and server sprawl.
Explains how SSD-based Intel® Cache Acceleration Software enables enterprise apps to maximize performance and seamlessly eliminate I/O bottlenecks.
Explains how high-performance, low-cost SSD-based enterprise caching software called Intel® Cache Acceleration Software enables enterprise applications to maximize performance and seamlessly eliminate I/O bottlenecks with low upfront costs.Full View >
Intel® Xeon® processors speed up renders and graphics, and Intel® SSDs boost load times, improving AutoCAD* 2013’s new features and enhanced workflow.
Experience AutoCAD* 2013’s modern UI and improved design workflow better using the Intel® Xeon® processor for near real-time rendering and enhanced graphics, and accelerated startup and loads on Intel® SSDs.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.