McAfee and Intel optimize full-disk encryption using Intel® AES New Instructions with software-based encryption for better performance and security.
Solution Brief: McAfee and Intel optimize full-disk encryption by adding Intel® AES New Instructions (Intel® AES-NI) hardware-based acceleration to software-based encryption, increasing performance and security, and reducing operation times.
An in-depth look at how McAfee Deep Defender*, DeepSAFE* work with the Intel hardware features to run beyond the OS to detect covert stealth attacks.
McAfee ePO Deep Command* animation shows security management beyond the operating system.
See how McAfee ePO Deep Command* and Intel® Active Management Technology on Intel® Core™ vPro™ processors deliver chip-level technologies to run security updates remotely, reduce operational costs, optimize protection and compliance, and more.Full View >
Expedient’s Alex Rodriguez covers why the enterprise server provider uses Intel®-based platforms for reliable and performance-driven infrastructure.
Expedient’s Alex Rodriguez discusses why the enterprise server and colocation service provider uses Intel® Xeon® processors and other Intel®-based platforms to deliver a reliable and performance-driven cloud storage infrastructure.Full View >
Expedient’s Alex Rodriguez covers private cloud computing growth and adaptation, proprietary storage network challenges, and company evolution.
Expedient’s Alex Rodriguez discusses private cloud computing business growth and adaptation, proprietary storage network challenges, and customer and company evolution.Full View >
EMC used EMC VNXe for virtualized computing environments to move development and lab environments to the cloud with gains in cost and efficiency.
EMC used the EMC* VNXe* storage system for virtualized computing environments to move development and lab environments to the cloud with reduced hardware and shipping costs, less setup time for testing, and faster time to market for new products.
Expedient evaluated the Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family before launch. The new processor will be the core of Expedient cloud services infrastructure.
Because of a close working relationship with Intel, Expedient had the opportunity to evaluate the new Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family prior to launch. The Intel Xeon processor E5 family will be the core of Expedient’s cloud infrastructure.
IaaS examples delivered by Johns Hopkins University, where IT delivers infrastructure services to customers across a diverse array of institutions.
Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) examples delivered by Johns Hopkins University, where IT delivers computing and storage infrastructure services to customers across a diverse array of institutions.