Mike Witteman is the Director of Strategy, Planning and Collaboration for Intel Labs.
Mike Witteman, Director of Strategy, Planning & Collaboration for Intel Labs, is responsible for leading the definition and driving of key research areas into Intel products.
Demos large workload performance with Intel® Cache Acceleration Software and an Intel® SSD on Dell Precision* workstations running Autodesk* 2014.
Demos Autodesk* Softimage* 2014 large workload performance on Intel® Cache Acceleration Software, an Intel® Solid-State Drive, and Dell Precision* workstation.Full View >
D&D Distribution Builds Custom Storage Solutions with the Intel® Xeon® Processors and Intel® Solid-State Drives
D&D Distribution Builds Custom Storage Solutions with the Intel® Xeon® Processor E3 and E5 Families Plus Intel® Solid-State Drives
NTT Data demonstrates superior performance of Intel® Xeon® processor E7 family in heavy load evaluation
Improving big data processing performance with Intel® processors
Solution Brief: SQL Server* 2014 and Intel® Xeon® processors support the data-driven enterprise with in-memory performance and big data integration.
Solution Brief: Microsoft SQL Server* 2014 and Intel® Xeon® processor-based data platforms deliver a single-point solution for the data-driven enterprise, with in-memory performance, big data integration, analytics, data management, and more.
Case Study: POC supercomputer demos 3M Novec* Engineered Fluids two-phase immersion data center cooling, reducing energy while increasing density.
Case Study: Intel and SGI create a fully functional proof of concept supercomputer to demonstrate the 3M Novec* Engineered Fluids two-phase immersion data center cooling technology, reducing energy use while increasing density.
Case Study: Nomura adopts Intel® Xeon® processor 7500 series for ASP service platform that supports securities industry infrastructure.
Nomura Service Platform Uses Intel
Case Study: NYSE Technologies’ Trading-in-a-Box* solution uses Intel® Xeon® processor 7500 series in an IBM System to decrease latency and complexity.
NYSE Technologies’ single-server Trading-in-a-Box* solution uses Intel® Xeon® Processor 7500 series in an IBM System. This decreases latency and complexity, while boosting the ability to find new market opportunities.