IT@Intel White Paper: Intel IT has transitioned from allocation-based capacity management to performance-based capacity management, thereby simplifying private cloud management. Doing so has decreased cost and increased host utilization.
A Data Hub Architecture built on Intel® technologies can process multiple data formats in real time to deliver immediate analytics and insights, helping businesses quickly react to—and even predict—outcomes for improved decision making
After exceeding 2015 hiring goals, Intel announces new goals in the Diversity 2015 Annual Report Program Summary to keep increasing diversity hiring.
After exceeding 2015 annual hiring goals for diversity, Intel announces new goals in the 2016 Annual Report Program Summary to achieve more diverse hiring of underrepresented minorities and women, expanding Intel's vision for diversity.
Diversity progress report highlights how core hiring, talent pipeline, and other programs helped Intel exceed hiring goals for women and minorities.
Intel's diversity progress report highlights that hiring of women and underrepresented minorities exceeds our 2015 goals thanks to core programs for hiring and retention, a technical talent pipeline, supply chain and vendor diversity, and more.
IT@Intel White Paper: Intel IT’s transformative data center strategy results in improved cost efficiency and resource utilization.
Intel IT’s data center strategy is to run data center services like a factory, effecting disciplined change and applying breakthrough technologies, solutions, and processes. This results in improved cost efficiency and resource utilization.
Discover how Intel is turning differences into strengths by focusing on global diversity and inclusion to create a more inclusive workforce.
Discover how Intel is turning differences into strengths by focusing on global diversity and inclusion using workforce demographics, strategic initiatives, and employee research groups to create a competitive strategy for the global marketplace.
California’s Water Department creates a centralized HPC on an Intel®-based cluster, delivering more high-end modeling capacity and capabilities.
California Department of Water Resources creates a centralized HPC with an Intel® Xeon® processor-based cluster, giving scientists more high-end modeling capacity and capabilities to tackle the state’s complex water challenges.