Put real-world solutions to work for your data center.
Workload demands can spiral. See how to use equipment scheduling to better meet workload demand.
NEW! Shanda Games G Cloud deploys Intel® Virtual Gateway for remote management of their server infrastructure so customers can enjoy online games.
NTT Data identified peak electrical usage and used it to reduce power by 18% during peak hours. Here’s how.
Mandic Cloud Solutions reduced their electricity consumption by 30% with improved monitoring of servers.
Looking for ways to increase rack density? View the video guide to Rack Provisioning and Capacity Planning.
Chunghwa Telecom increased rack density 83%—and kept their same power envelope and power management policy.
Baidu increased rack density 60% by dynamically optimizing server performance and power consumption.
Things don’t always go as planned. Make the most of existing infrastructure and avoid more disasters.
Chunghwa Telecom went 25% longer in a power outage. Get their moves to become stronger and more resilient.
KT Corporation extended Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) uptime by 15%. Learn how South Korea's largest telephone company did it.
See how Intel® Data Center Manager gives granular rack-level thermal info, enabling DCM to spot an out-of-range temperature reading.
See how the Intel® Data Center Manager gives server-level thermal visibility that registers with the DCM when temperatures rise.
See how the Intel® Data Center Manager predicts cooling issues with a patented algorithm that builds a model of temperature patterns.
Know what your heat map looks like? Create 2D heat maps by collecting your thermal data. Here’s how.
Sinopec Geophysical Research Institute saved 32% in power consumption used for cooling. See how they did it.
With a 1.5° temperature increase, Türk Telekom saved more than $40K a year in energy costs.
See how by using Intel® DCM data centers are boosting efficiency, identifying underused servers, reducing costs, and more.
BMW decreased their power usage by 18% of kWh with little to no impact on performance.
KT Corporation, South Korea's largest telephone company, saved 15% on power without performance degradation.