This Editor’s Pick article from Next Web describes the unveiling of the Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 and what it means from a server standpoint.
This Editor’s Pick article from Next Web describes the unveiling of the Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600, which is designed to handle roughly 15 billion connected devices by 2015—and what this means from a server standpoint.
Editor’s Pick: As data center workloads increase, demand on physical and virtual servers is high. 10 GbE switches increase network speed, capacity.
Editor’s Pick: mesh-like Ethernet fabrics and 10 gigabit Ethernet switches meet the demand of increasing data center workloads on physical and virtual servers, increasing network speed and capacity.
Facilitating remote support enables the repair of various system problems over your network, thus reducing the number of costly repair visits.
Remote network management solutions like Intel® Active Management Technology optimize network productivity and remotely heal and protect connected assets.
Watch 2012 RSA Conference Intel keynote speaker Pranav Mehta share architectural insights to improve tomorrow’s security infrastructure.
Watch 2012 RSA Conference Intel keynote speaker Pranav Mehta share architectural insights to improve tomorrow’s security infrastructure.Full View >
Technical Brief: Red Hat, Intel, develop Fibre Channel over Ethernet standards solution that is EMC and NetApp-certified.
Intel worked with other industry leaders to develop, test, and ratify the Fiber Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) standards. The Open FCoE solution with the Intel® X520 family of adapters has been certified with EMC and NetApp.
Intel® Ethernet I340 Server Adapter offers multi-core processor and server virtualization support for cost-effective performance.
Based on the new Intel® 82580 Gigabit Ethernet Controller, the Intel® Ethernet I340 Server Adapter is Intel’s fourth generation of PCIe GbE adapter. This adapter provides a smaller footprint and lower power dissipation.