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.
Intel IT’s strategic planning cycle aligns with the goals of Intel business groups to derive the greatest business value from every dollar invested.
Our annual strategic planning cycle aligns our activities to those of Intel’s business groups, and includes an in-depth assessment of business goals and challenges, technology trends, environmental factors, and current IT capabilities.
Provides quick start installation steps and testing methods for Intel® True Scale Fabric, appropriate for most HPC deployments on Linux*.
Provides quick start installation steps, testing methods, and instructions for running MPI applications for Intel® True Scale Fabric, appropriate for most high performance computing (HPC) deployments on Red Hat Enterprise Linux*.
Find out how Intel® architecture-based tablets in healthcare are transforming the point of care by increasing productivity and security.
Find out how Intel® architecture-based tablets in healthcare are transforming the point of care by increasing productivity and security for a better experience.
Intel® vPro™ technology embeds hardware-based security and manageability into PCs with 2nd generation Intel® Core™ vPro™ processors.
Intel® vPro™ technology puts hardware-based security and manageability into embedded designs with 2nd generation Intel® Core™ vPro™ processors.
Brief: Intel IT supports first certified green building with system that recovers data center heat to heat the rest of the building.
To support our first certified green building, Intel IT has designed a system that saves energy by recovering data center heat and using it to heat the rest of the building. We project savings of approximately USD 235,000 annually.
Server sizing and selection is critical. Under-sizing servers may result in the need for mid-life server refresh, which can result in significant disruption to business operations, added logistical complexity, and increased total cost of ownership.