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Atea Builds a New Private Cloud Hosting ServiceAtea establishes new private cloud hosting service based on Intel® Xeon® processor-based serversIntel® Xeon® processor E5 family enables Atea to offer customers a choice of hosted or on-site private cloud infrastructures.Challenges• High performance. To create its new hosted private cloud service, Atea sought servers that would offer the best performance to meet its needs.• High availability. Atea needed to offer its customers optimal uptime, and so needed servers with extremely robust and reliable processors.• Optimal costs. Atea needed to minimize the number of servers required and the resulting software licensing costs.Solutions• Cloud Hosting. Atea used three HP ProLiant* BL460c servers with the Intel Xeon processor E5 family to create a cloud reference architecture.• Easily adaptable. Support for the PCI Express* high-speed serial expansion bus means Atea can easily add more capacity, storage, and networking.• Flexible response. Intel® Turbo Boost Technology 2.0 enables the processor to speed up if there is a spike in demand.Read the full Atea Builds a New Private Cloud Hosting Service* Solution Brief.
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