Telkomsigma migrates to an Intel® architecture-based data center to enhance performance of the Always On project for over 300 companies in Indonesia.
Telkomsigma migrates to an Intel® architecture-based data center to enhance the performance, availability, and reliability of its mission-critical workloads and cloud services of the Always On project.Full View >
Case Study: Philippine electric utility Manila Electric Company (Meralco) virtualizes for flexibility, cost-efficient scalability, and agility using the Intel® Xeon® processor E7 family, transforming its aging data center into a strategic asset.
Case Study: Thesys delivers cost-effective matching engine platform with microsecond fast responses on Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family-based servers.
Case Study: Thesys Technologies uses Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family-based Supermicro servers to deliver a high-performance, cost-effective matching engine platform that is twice as fast, with responses within 35 microseconds.
Intel’s hardware-enhanced protections for resiliency provide stronger, more proactive solutions to help compromised infrastructure recover quickly.
Intel and its partners help compromised infrastructure recover quickly from security threats with hardware-enhanced protections for resiliency and innovative software technologies that provide stronger, more proactive solutions.
Intel and McAfee help strengthen enterprise security for anti-malware defense by building security features into the hardware foundation.
Intel and McAfee help businesses strengthen their anti-malware defense by building security features into the hardware foundation for four pillars of enterprise security: anti-malware, identity, data protection, and resiliency.
Intel researchers demonstrate a continuous-wave Raman silicon laser in which a reverse-biased p-i-n diode helps reduce some nonlinear optical loss.
Intel researchers share the results of a continuous-wave Raman silicon laser demonstration where two-photon absorption-induced free carrier absorption is reduced by the introduction of a reverse-biased p-i-n diode for stable single mode laser output.