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Integrated Network Acceleration of Intel and MicrosoftIntegrated 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.Read the full Integrated Network Acceleration of Intel and Microsoft Guide.
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