This 10 gigabit AT2 Ethernet server adapter showcases Intel's second-generation standards-based 10BASE-T adapter
Desktop virtualization resources for IT managers from Intel, featuring case studies, planning guides, and peer research.
White Paper: Test and deploy software-defined networking and network function virtualization on Intel® Open Network Platform Server Reference Design.
White Paper: Discusses how telecom carriers, cloud service providers, and data center operators can use the Intel® Open Network Platform Server Reference Design to test and deploy software-defined networking and network function virtualization.
Desktop virtualization comparison from Intel: Compare top ISVs’ answers to common IT questions about their solutions.
Desktop virtualization comparison from Intel. This document enables you to compare top ISVs’ answers to common IT questions about their solutions.
Video shows benchmarking data on desktop virtualization planning from a survey of 200 IT professionals.
Video shows benchmarking data on desktop virtualization planning from a survey of 200 IT professionals, including return on investment, business and technology drivers, delivery models, and vendors.عرض كامل >
Global IT hosting provider The Planet uses Intel® Xeon® processors to improve performance and lead the marketplace.
Case Study: Nonprofit media Sesame Workshop consolidates its production data center on Intel®-based servers to ensure performance, reduce footprint.
Case Study: Nonprofit educational media outlet Sesame Workshop virtualizes its production data center and disaster recovery on Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family-based HP ProLiant* servers to ensure cost-efficient performance and reduce footprint.
White Paper: Aberdeen Group researches trends and offers risk reduction recommendations for companies whose laptops go missing.
The Aberdeen Group has determined that for every 100 laptop PCs companies issue, 15 will never be seen again. According to the study sponsored partly by Intel, five will be lost or stolen (one recovered) and 11 will simply vanish.
U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency study shows Internet devices may be more vulnerable to security threats than PCs.
With access to more open networks, Internet devices may be more vulnerable to security threats than PCs. These devices have different security demands than PCs and require small footprint security software capable of securing files from the Internet.
Watch how Intel Security keeps enterprise infrastructure resilient with hardware-enhanced features that find, freeze, and fix vulnerabilities.