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Intel® Solid-State Drives (Intel® SSD)

Intel® Solid-State Drives offer a reliable alternative to traditional hard drives with breakthrough storage performance

Automated Software for Storage Tiering Animation

Automate and monitor storage tiering and balance data retrieval speeds versus costs with automated software powered by Intel® processors.

Data Center Infrastructure with Intel® Xeon® Processor E5 Family

This guide explains how the Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family helps IT managers build their next-generation data center infrastructure.

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Data Center Consolidation Reduces Energy Consumption and Costs

Case Study: DHCS virtualizes on Intel® Xeon® processor E7-4800 product family, achieving 100-to-1 data center consolidation for reduced energy, TCO.

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Methods to Handle Data Durability Challenges for Big Data

White Paper: Discusses why RAID doesn’t scale for big data, and compares various erasure code alternatives to compute data durability and loss risk.

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Hitachi Unified Compute Platform* with Intel® Xeon® Processors

Solution Brief: The Intel® Xeon® processor-based Hitachi Unified Compute Platform* IT solutions reduce costs and improve performance for big data.

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Understanding Data Center Storage Architectural Changes: Part 2

Explains the architecture evolution to scale-out storage for greater manageability, performance, and utilization with nearly unlimited scalability.

Cloud Solutions Featuring Intel® Xeon® Processor E5 Family

Learn about cloud infrastructure solutions from leading vendors with offerings built on the Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family.

Cloud Stories: IaaS Examples from Johns Hopkins

IaaS examples delivered by Johns Hopkins University, where IT delivers infrastructure services to customers across a diverse array of institutions.

Device-to-Cloud Project Helps Forecast Energy Consumption

University of Texas researchers collect data from device to cloud for the Pecan Street smart grid project to forecast future energy consumption.