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China Mobile Shanghai Boosts Billing Efficiency with Cloud

Case Study: China Mobile Shanghai boosts billing efficiency, capacity, and performance with Intel® Xeon® processor E7-based cloud computing platform.

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Intel® Ethernet SFP+ Twinaxial Cable

The most scalable Ethernet adapter for demanding data centers, the Intel® Ethernet SFP+ Twinaxial Cable provides I/O for virtualization, HPC, more.

Intel® Ethernet Fibre Channel over Ethernet/Data Center Bridging Guide

Guide: Setup, known issues, and troubleshooting installation of the Intel® Ethernet Fibre Channel for 82599 and X540-based adapters.

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Multitenant Cloud with 10 GbE Networking—Joyent Case Study

This paper describes how Joyent incorporated 10 gigabit Ethernet (GbE) networking into a multitenant cloud serving thousands of businesses worldwide.

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Intel® Ethernet Converged Network Adapter X520 Product Family

Intel’s Declaration of Conformity for Intel® Ethernet Converged Network Adapter X520 E69818/G18781/G28429/E10G42BXXX/EX520DA2G2P5

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Intel® Ethernet Server Adapter X520-DA2 Declaration of Conformity

Documents conformity of Intel® Ethernet Server Adapter X520-DA2-G62327 and X520-DA2-OCP for the European Economic Area, USA, Canada, and Australia.

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Intel® Ethernet SFP+ Twinaxial Cables Product Brief

Brief: Intel® Ethernet SFP+ Twinaxial Cables for short distances offer a cost-effective way to connect within racks and across adjacent racks.

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EMC* Talks About Intel Open FCoE Technology

Video: EMC's Paul Brown talks about the qualification of Intel Open FCoE in the EMC* E-labs.

Intel® Ethernet MOCS—Low-Cost Network Connectivity

Product brief: A low-cost alternative, Intel® Ethernet MOCS are high-performance optics for QSFP+ 40GBASE Ethernet connections.

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Intel® Ethernet QSFP+ Cables Product Brief

Brief: Intel® Ethernet QSFP+ cables economically link a QSFP+ port with an upstream SFP+ switch to bridge the gap between 10 GbE and 40 GbE.

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