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What Do Intel® Processor Numbers Mean?

Understanding Intel® processor numbers helps you identify the best microserver, server, or workstation processor for your computing needs.

Intel® Xeon® Processor E3 Family for Small Business

Intel® Xeon® processor-based servers protect small business information with Intel® RST, providing storage that recovers data when hard drives fail.

Intel® SSD Data Center Family

Maximize performance delivery, reduce power use, and lower operating costs with Intel® SSD Data Center Family, designed for intense storage workloads.

Delivering Personalized Medicine Today White Paper

High-performance computing, domain expertise, and Intel’s application expertise help demonstrate next-gen sequencing as a personalized medicine tool.

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TransWiseWay: Data Center Architecture for Internet of Vehicles

Beijing TransWiseWay Information Technology Co., Ltd. chooses Intel® architecture for its Internet of Vehicles.

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Telkomsigma: Intel® Architecture Enhances Data Center Services

Telkomsigma migrates to an Intel® architecture-based data center to enhance performance of the Always On project for over 300 companies in Indonesia.

Infographic: Enhance the Supply Chain with Intel® Architecture

See how Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. doubles system performance and cuts operating costs by migrating from RISC to Intel® architecture.

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e-GEOS: Taking One Giant Leap with Intel

Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2680 v2 product family reduces data processing time up to 10x for Italian geospatial intelligence specialists e-GEOS.

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University of Coimbra: Understanding the Universe with Supercomputing

University of Coimbra bases its new high-performance computing system on the Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family to run simulations faster.

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Big Data Research: Ben-Gurion University Delivers Big Data

Case Study: Ben-Gurion University runs Intel® Distribution on the Intel® Xeon® processor family, allowing students to mine larger security datasets.

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