With Intel Inside® and intuitive software installed these powerful and efficient systems deliver energy efficient performance, reliability, and easy-to-use features that let you organize, share, manage, and protect your data like never before.
Convenient, energy efficient storage systems for your small office provide reliable data protection, remote access for your file and media sharing. With Intel Inside® these solutions do so much more than traditional back-up devices.
Powered by Intel® technology, today’s home servers make it easier than ever to protect your data on your home PCs as well as access your digital music, videos, photos, and files when you are away from home. Intel processors optimized for home servers support advanced features like media streaming, video conversion, and automatic back-up.
Redefine Your Network with a Personal Cloud Powered by Intel® Technologies. With a Network Attached Storage (NAS) system as your home server, you can easily store, protect, access, and organize your files in your own personal cloud.
Intel’s Dinesh Rao discusses the benefits of Intel technology in Network Attached Storage (NAS) solutions and the personal cloud for small business and home use.
Watch HD anywhere with an Intel® Atom™ processor-based QNAP TS-x69* private cloud NAS device.
View HD video through an Intel®-based HDMI output and get more applications via Asustor’s App Central.
Delivering efficient personal cloud storage, device management, and HD media playback via HDMI.
Media company fuels content with Intel®-based Iomega* StorCenter* for management, reliability.
EAW tech covers its small business server, networking central backup for easy storage, recovery.
Intel’s David Tuhy discusses tenterprise class storage and processor architecture with built-in security features.
Intel’s David Tuhy discusses the emergence of RAID, plug-and-play appliances, and data compression.
Intel’s David Tuhy discusses storage shifts from enterprise class databases to software as a service.
Intel’s David Tuhy discusses data lifecycles, old data, and how it’s now cached for mining later.
Video: Intel and EMC at the National Association of Broadcasters Show, 2010 (6:09)
Nicholas Kirsch, Isilon Systems, gives a virtualization chalk talk at VMWorld 2009. (8:12)
Intel® Xeon® technology in broadcast equipment and servers at the National Association of Broadcasters. (2:20)
Showcases Intel technology in broadcast equipment and servers at the National Association of Broadcasters. (2:01)
Showcases Intel technology in broadcast equipment and servers at the National Association of Broadcasters. (2:32)
Showcases Intel technology in broadcast equipment and servers at the National Association of Broadcasters. (2:06)