Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center uses Intel® architecture to save USD 450,000 on hardware acquisition costs and increase IT agility.
Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center extends its virtual environment with the latest Intel® architecture, saving USD 450,000 on hardware acquisition and increasing IT agility.
Software-defined networking (SDN) enables on-demand provisioning of networks and network services.
Intel IT is adopting software-defined networking (SDN) to enable on-demand provisioning of networks and network services. By virtualizing the network through a programmable interface, we can offer better support for Intel application developers.
Upgrading our data center network architecture to support speeds greater than 10 GbE is essential in optimizing our data center infrastructure.
Upgrading our network architecture to support speeds greater than 10 GbE is essential in optimizing our data center infrastructure to more quickly respond to business needs while enhancing the services and value IT brings to the business.
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.
Show IT the benefits of pursuing a data center refresh in the medium term, including prepping for an SDI future.
The video presents an overview about how upgrading data center technology can help IT deliver innovative capabilities to line-of-business customers more quickly and efficiently.
An overview about how upgraded data center technology can help IT spend less time managing the data center and more time serving the business.
The video lays out the challenges IT faces as demands on the data center continue to increase, and provides solutions to these challenges focused on combining the latest hardware, software, virtualization, and orchestration capabilties.