Improvements to multi-core architecture make packet processing viable on Intel® processors, resulting in high performance and reduced hardware costs.
Packet processing on Intel® processors is a viable option with continued improvements to multi-core architecture, resulting in superior performance, reduced hardware costs, a simplified application development environment, and faster time to market.
Case Study: The Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family, in many of CERN’s LHC Computing Grid servers, provides the computing power for Higgs boson research.
Case Study: The Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family and other Intel® technology power the majority of the servers in the LHC Computing Grid at CERN, providing the processing power for the Higgs boson search and other high energy physics computing needs.
Case Study: Render Rocket boosts cloud-based animation rendering on the Intel® Xeon® processor, enabling faster completion to serve more customers.
Case Study: Render Rocket boosts its cloud-based animation rendering services on the Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family, enabling workers to complete work more quickly and serve more customers in the same data center space.
Watch how SunGard Ambit Concierge* supports banking with Intel®-based mobile devices to improve convenience, process efficiency, and security.
Watch how SunGard Ambit Concierge* works with Intel®-based mobile devices to support the banking experience by moving customer service from behind the branch for the convenience of customers while improving process efficiency and providing security.