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Improve Power Management with Intel® Node Manager

Intel® Node Manager dynamically monitors power management, enabling limiting at every data center level for increased density and load balancing.

Framestore Visual Effects Studio Soars with Flexible IT

Framestore enhances its visual effects leadership in film and integrated advertising with flexible IT solutions based on Intel® Xeon® processors.

Re-architecting the Data Center with Shannon Poulin

Intel Datacenter Marketing Group’s Shannon Poulin discusses re-architecting the data center for a services-oriented world at IDF 2013.

Re-architecting the Data Center: Intel® Xeon® Processor E5 Family

Intel’s Diane Bryant discusses how the Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family will help with data center re-architecting for IT-based services at IDF 2013.

Understanding Data Center Storage Architectural Changes: Part 2

Explains the architecture evolution to scale-out storage for greater manageability, performance, and utilization with nearly unlimited scalability.

Rethinking Storage Infrastructure: Part 1

Explains how storage infrastructure needs to scale-out to manage and handle rapid unstructured data growth for lower costs, power, and complexity.

Scale-Out Storage Advantages in the Data Center: Part 3

Explains how to control costs, protect data, gain performance, and simplify management with scale-out storage for intelligent, future-ready solutions.

Inside IT: Data Center Strategy

Intel IT’s Shesha Krishnapura discuss their DC strategy, decision to run the DC service like a factory, and the key metrics for measuring its success.

Energy Consumption in the Data Center

Video: Intel Marketing Manager for Energy Efficient Technology David Jenkins talks about IT sustainability and power consumption in data centers.

First American Video: Reducing Server Sprawl

Video: The First American Corporation builds energy-efficient data center with Intel® Xeon® processors, lowering utility costs and server sprawl.