Solution Brief: Benchmark tests show how Altair RADIOSS* software, optimized for Intel® Xeon® processors, can maximize performance and scalability for a range of applications from business workstations to compute-intensive simulations.
Case Study: Thesys delivers cost-effective matching engine platform with microsecond fast responses on Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family-based servers.
Case Study: Thesys Technologies uses Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family-based Supermicro servers to deliver a high-performance, cost-effective matching engine platform that is twice as fast, with responses within 35 microseconds.
Intel’s hardware-enhanced protections for resiliency provide stronger, more proactive solutions to help compromised infrastructure recover quickly.
Intel and its partners help compromised infrastructure recover quickly from security threats with hardware-enhanced protections for resiliency and innovative software technologies that provide stronger, more proactive solutions.
Intel and McAfee help strengthen enterprise security for anti-malware defense by building security features into the hardware foundation.
Intel and McAfee help businesses strengthen their anti-malware defense by building security features into the hardware foundation for four pillars of enterprise security: anti-malware, identity, data protection, and resiliency.
Explains five steps to BYOD and consumerization that IT managers can use to understand the forces driving consumerization and develop policies.
Explains five steps to BYOD and consumerization that IT managers can use to understand the forces driving consumerization, rethink user computing, create an inclusive approach, support employee-owned devices, and find the right tools for the job.
Intel researchers demonstrate a continuous-wave Raman silicon laser in which a reverse-biased p-i-n diode helps reduce some nonlinear optical loss.
Intel researchers share the results of a continuous-wave Raman silicon laser demonstration where two-photon absorption-induced free carrier absorption is reduced by the introduction of a reverse-biased p-i-n diode for stable single mode laser output.