Highlights benefits of big data, with an example of virtual simulation used to integrate automotive design and engineering for superior performance.
Episode 1 of "At the Intersection" focuses on benefits of big data, with an example of how large amounts of data collected from virtual simulation are used to integrate automotive design and engineering for enhanced vehicle detail and performance.Full View >
Global IT hosting provider The Planet uses Intel® Xeon® processors to improve performance and lead the marketplace.
Video: MySpace Technical Ops VP Richard Buckingham talks server consolidation and increased performance with Intel® Xeon® processor-based servers.
Shows how Intel® Anti-Theft Technology and Intel® AES New Instruction help meet IT managers’ needs to keep company assets safe.
A fun look at the challenges facing IT managers when it comes to giving their PC end users what they want, while making sure they get the IT features they need. Intel helps keep company assets safe, no matter who's handling them or where they go.Full View >
Video: Intel IT security specialists discuss deploying PCs with Intel® vPro™ technology.
Software-based routing uses multiple servers connected together to act as one packet-forwarding engine.
Software-based routing uses multiple servers connected together to act as one packet-forwarding engine. The router is scaled based on particular needs of an environment. Servers enter or exit the cluster without affecting the stability.Full View >
TurboSquid gets Dell mobile workstations with Intel® Core™2 Duo processors, improving performance and delivering robust 3D graphics.
University of Toronto’s SciNet data center is one of worlds largest and energy-efficient with 30,000 Intel® Xeon® processor 5500 series cores.
Thesys Technologies uses the Intel® Xeon® processors 5500 series for its trading platform, improving throughput and lowering latency.
Thesys Technologies uses the Intel® Xeon® processors 5500 series for its trading platform, improving throughput and lowering latency.Full View >
University of California, Irvine runs its ATLAS* project with thousands of Intel® Xeon® processors 7400 series.