Mission critical examples from some of the world’s most successful companies show how they use Intel® technology to transform their systems.
Industry leading IT managers from the world's most successful share their most mission-critical examples, highlighting business productivity applications and database deployments on Intel® Xeon® processor–based servers.
Intel® Intelligent Power Technology conserves energy and increases server performance by delivering efficient power management.
Intel® Intelligent Power Technology conserves energy and increases server performance by bringing efficient power management capabilities to your business at the rack, group, and data center levels.
Retire legacy storage sub-systems to take advantage of optimized techniques to manage the growth of your data.
Evolve your enterprise storage architecture, retire legacy storage sub-systems, and take advantage of optimized techniques to manage the growth of your data.
Strengthen your IT solutions with energy efficient servers with Intel® Xeon® processors.
Intel® Xeon® processors automate energy efficient servers powered by Intel® Xeon® processors automate energy consumption and provide multi-core performance without increasing your data center footprint or power demands.
Solution Brief: IT provider CompuCom launches an Intel® vPro™ technology-based remote manageability solution, reducing support costs and downtime.
Solution Brief: IT service provider CompuCom implements an Intel® Core™ vPro™ technology-based EUC Workbench* solution for clinical research firm Celerion, providing remote manageability for reduced support costs, downtime, and greater productivity.
Case Study: composers Justin Lassen and Doyle W. Donahoo use Intel® Solid-State Drives to increase sample load and eliminate audio glitches.
Intel® Solid State Drives help composers capture creativity by accelerating sample loading and eliminating audio glitches.
Brief: Intel IT supports first certified green building with system that recovers data center heat to heat the rest of the building.
To support our first certified green building, Intel IT has designed a system that saves energy by recovering data center heat and using it to heat the rest of the building. We project savings of approximately USD 235,000 annually.
In part 1 of IT sustainability, Intel’s Mike Breton talks proof of concept work on lowering office energy consumption and at home.
Server sizing and selection is critical. Under-sizing servers may result in the need for mid-life server refresh, which can result in significant disruption to business operations, added logistical complexity, and increased total cost of ownership.