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Why Servers Rock!

Servers are perhaps the most boring type of computer; servers are only really relevant to IT professionals. Wrong!! Servers touch our lives every single day, and often in ways we're not even aware of. They are used to make many of the movies we love, they power the social networking sites that bring us together, and they make our cars cheaper and safer. Find out how in this fun look at why servers rock.

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Launch Event Keynote

Watch the Intel® Xeon® Processor 5500 series launch event keynote delivered by Pat Gelsinger, senior vice president and general manager of Intel's Digital Enterprise Group

Hear from the Software Industry about the Intel® Xeon® Processor 5500 Series

Leaders of the software industry discuss the Intel® Xeon® processor 5500 series, delivering intelligent performance, automated energy efficiency, and flexible virtualization.

Tools, Engineering & Collaboration Optimize ISVs

Watch what ISVs have to say about how Intel tools, software engineering, and architectural collaboration benefit ISVs and end users.

Participate in the Datacenter Efficiency Challenge

In this video, Lorie Wigle, who leads Intel's Eco-Technology efforts, discusses the Intel Data Center Efficiency Challenge in which IT professionals are invited to submit a video proposal featuring their ideas to improve data center efficiencies. Winners will attend IDF in the fall and will have the opportunity to bring their proposals to life with an Intel® Xeon® Processor 5500 series-based server and a consultation with Intel technologists.


Interview with Gareth Edwards, BAFTA Award-Winning Film Director and Producer

"I jumped in and started testing it... I started doing some temp FX shots and as I was working I was thinking ... well, this is all really good, but it seems not much different to my usual projects.... then, all of a sudden I remembered, everything I was doing was at full uncompressed cinema resolution!! It was working with the footage so fluidly, that I honestly forgot and my mind was subconsciously comparing it to my normal projects using regular TV standard def... which was pretty remarkable! If it was struggling, I’d have instantly realised, but it didn’t at all, so it felt like driving an old familiar car. So perhaps the transition from TV to film is not going to be that painful thanks to this machine!!?" -- Gareth Edwards, award-winning film director and producer