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.
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.
Shanda Games G Cloud deploys Intel® Virtual Gateway for remote management of their server infrastructure so customers can enjoy online games.
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.