IT@Intel White Paper: Enterprise Ultrabook™ devices meet the daily computing needs of business.
IT@Intel White Paper: Enterprise Ultrabook™ devices can handle employees’ daily workloads and IT security requirements, while also meeting expectations for convenience and productivity.
Intel® SSF Reference Design includes Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 v4 product family & Intel® Ethernet Server Adapters, & uses OpenHPC software stack
Intel® SSF Reference Designs provide starting points to help vendors and purchasers specify and design HPC systems. This one includes Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 v4 product family and Intel® Ethernet Server Adapters, & uses OpenHPC software stack.
Certified Intel® Scalable System Framework Configurations provide high performance, balanced systems with broad application compatibility. Learn more.
Achieving next level high performance computing (HPC) requires new system design approaches to meet increasingly complex compute and data-centric workloads. Using Certified Intel® SSF Configurations reduces validation time and speeds time to insight.
Intel® SSF Reference Designs provide starting points to help HPC system vendors and purchasers specify, design, and build HPC systems. This reference design includes Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 v4 product family and Intel® Omni-Path Fabric.
Kim Stevenson discusses Intel IT’s annual performance report and the business value delivered through innovations in productivity and cybersecurity.
Intel CIO Kim Stevenson discusses the 2015-2016 IT annual performance report. Learn how IT propels business value through innovations in productivity, digitization and cybersecurity and how these investments place IT at the heart of business success.Full View >
Discover how Software Defined Infrastructure (SDI) can transform your data center into an optimized cloud platform.
Intel’s Chief Data Scientist for Big Data Solutions discusses the power of asking questions when conducting an analytics maturity assessment.
The International Institute for Analytics (IIA) talked with Bob Rogers, Intel’s Chief Data Scientist, about the power of asking questions when performing an analytics maturity assessment. The discussion provides practical advice for all enterprises.