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Integrated Network Acceleration of Intel and Microsoft

Integrated Network Acceleration Features of Intel® I/O Acceleration Technology and Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008

Ever-increasing network-traffic volumes make it mandatory for IT organizations to address I/O bottlenecks. This is especially true for data centers implementing server consolidation and virtualization, both of which can cause further increases in I/O bandwidth demands and traffic burdens on servers. This white paper examines the key contributors to I/O bottlenecks. It then discusses how the tightly integrated features of Intel® I/O Acceleration Technology (Intel® I/OAT) and Microsoft Windows Server* 2008 significantly reduce I/O bottlenecks, allowing network data to move more efficiently through multi-core processor-based servers.

The fully integrated, system-wide solution provided by Intel I/OAT is optimized for multi-core processors and provides network acceleration that scales seamlessly across multiple ethernet ports. It also provides a safe and flexible choice for IT managers due to its tight integration into popular operating systems such as Microsoft Windows Server 2008.

Integrated Network Acceleration Features of Intel® I/O Acceleration Technology and Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008

Ever-increasing network-traffic volumes make it mandatory for IT organizations to address I/O bottlenecks. This is especially true for data centers implementing server consolidation and virtualization, both of which can cause further increases in I/O bandwidth demands and traffic burdens on servers. This white paper examines the key contributors to I/O bottlenecks. It then discusses how the tightly integrated features of Intel® I/O Acceleration Technology (Intel® I/OAT) and Microsoft Windows Server* 2008 significantly reduce I/O bottlenecks, allowing network data to move more efficiently through multi-core processor-based servers.

The fully integrated, system-wide solution provided by Intel I/OAT is optimized for multi-core processors and provides network acceleration that scales seamlessly across multiple ethernet ports. It also provides a safe and flexible choice for IT managers due to its tight integration into popular operating systems such as Microsoft Windows Server 2008.

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