The following papers highlight the benefits of unified networking, approaches to enabling it, and
the ways that Intel and three of its partners are helping to bring important consolidation-driving
technologies to enterprise data center customers.
Simplifying the Network with 10 Gigabit Ethernet Unified Networking: An Intel
and EMC Perspective
The Transition to 10 Gigabit Ethernet Unified Networking: Cisco and Intel Lead
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Unified Networking on 10 Gigabit Ethernet: Intel and NetApp Provide a
Simple and Flexible Path to Cost-Effective Performance of Next-Generation
Upgrading Data Center Network Architecture to 10 Gigabit Ethernet
Data center trends like server virtualization and consolidation, along with rapid growth in design
computing, have put a strain on Intel’s network. While high-performance Intel processors and clustering
technologies are rapidly improving server performance, the Intel network has become the limiting factor
in supporting faster throughput. This white paper discusses how Intel IT upgraded our data center
network architecture to 10 GbE to accommodate these increasing demands.
Ready for Cloud Storage? Key Considerations and Lessons Learned
This webcast of a panel discussion moderated by the Storage Networking Industry Association
(SNIA) Cloud Storage Initiative includes an overview of data based on a recent research report. A lively
discussion focuses on overcoming barriers to adoption and key considerations for companies weighing
pros and cons of the cloud. Panel members are end users, including Ajay Chandramouly from Intel, and
discuss their experiences with cloud storage.