Product brief video shows Intel® Xeon® processor 5500 series benefits: optimized performance, better efficiency, and flexible virtualization.
Advancing IT infrastructure efficiency and business capabilities, the Intel® Xeon® processor 5500 series provides optimized performance for application requirements, better efficiency to reduce operating costs, and flexible virtualization.
Intel simplifies and accelerates core virtualization processes for greater performance, scalability, flexibility, and reliability.
Intel® Virtualization technology delivers a hardware-assisted portfolio of capabilities to enhance virtualization, including optimized connectivity, robust performance, and reduced I/O bottlenecks.
Telefonica markets new virtual hosting service first with the Intel® Xeon® processor 7100 series.
Video: intelligent PCs based on Intel® Core™ vPro™ processors provide performance and mobility, while delivering IT with control and manageability.
Video: tour of Earth Day 2010, Intel IT sustainability practices, from video conferencing to server refresh.
Ontdek het Business Client Resource Center, onderdeel van het Intel® IT Center en dé bestemming voor inzichten, onderzoeken en verslagen uit de branche die u kunnen helpen in het afronden van uw meest veeleisende projecten. Kom daarnaast in contact met gelijken en IT-experts van Intel.
What are the differences between public, private, and hybrid clouds? What can each do, and why are they important?
This video compares and contrasts public, private, and hybrid clouds: the basic elements of each, the features and benefits that each delivers, and how each type meets specific business needs.
White paper: Intel® Xeon® processor E7 family-based platforms with VMware delivers better performance running SAP ERP*.
Intel® Xeon® processor E7 family-based platforms running VMware* software deliver 1.35x the performance of previous generation Intel® Xeon® processor 7500 series-based platforms running the SAP ERP* application in a virtualized environment.
Intel IT studied how using the latest hardware and software affects server and network utilization and performance of desktop compute models.
Intel IT conducted an internal technology evaluation to determine how using the latest hardware and software affects server and network utilization as well as the performance of streamed and virtual hosted desktop (VHD) compute models.
Standardizing our virtualized environment for business computing has resulted in lower costs, increased agility, and lower energy consumption.
We standardized our virtualization infrastructure and measured return on investment. Benefits include automated deployment, faster recovery, increased server consolidation ratio, lower costs, increased agility, and reduced energy consumption.