The explosive growth of unstructured data puts new demands on network and storage infrastructure and challenges your ability to deliver services such as cloud computing. IT needs to respond rapidly to new and changing business demands, scale quickly and appropriately to fluctuating workloads, accommodate business expansions, and protect your data from cybercriminals—all while keeping costs down.
The new Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 and E5-1600 v2 product families are at the heart of an agile, efficient data center that meets your diverse needs. Now you can deploy a more secure private cloud, quickly crunch through big data, and get the most out of your data center with greater energy efficiency.
Space and power consumption represent the two biggest concerns for data centers—both yours and those managed by your public cloud provider. By combining Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 and E5-1600 v2 product family–based servers with other energy-efficient data technologies, you can increase data center efficiency, cut power bills and energy consumption, and reduce space needs.
Compared to the previous generation, the new Intel Xeon processor E5-2600 and E5-1600 v2 deliver:
You can also add up to 40 percent1,5 more servers per rack with Intel® Node Manager. Move to Intel® 10GbE Network Connection and Intel® SSDs to further reduce power.
Whether you are using a private, public, or hybrid cloud environment, trust and confidence in the security of your sensitive information is critical to your reputation and your bottom line.
It is no wonder Intel Xeon processor E5 family–based servers are at the heart of public cloud providers’ data centers.
A balanced infrastructure is essential for big data analytics and cloud. In fact, you can create a more cost-effective model for running data-intensive workloads by utilizing your private cloud to implement analysis of big data in-house and augmenting internal resources with public cloud services. Predictive analytics is a good example of how big data can help you stay ahead of your competition, identify new opportunities, and gain valuable insights.
See how you can gain insights near-real-time by combining the use of Intel Xeon processor E5 family–based servers, Intel SSDs, Intel 10GbE Network Connection, and the Intel® Distribution for Apache Hadoop* software.
Intel® Xeon Phi™ product family – accelerate your innovation
The Intel® Xeon Phi™ product family can dramatically accelerate performance for your highly parallel applications and help you push the boundaries of innovation and scientific discovery—without requiring your software developers to reinvent the wheel.
For data center servers or cloud, new Intel® Xeon® processors combine flexibility with efficiency.
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2. Baseline configuration and score on SPECVirt_sc*2013 benchmark: Platform with two Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2690, 256GB memory, RHEL 6.4(KVM). Baseline source as of July 2013. Score: 624.9 @ 37 VMs. New configuration: IBM System x3650 M4* platform with two Intel Xeon processor E5-2697 v2, 512GB memory, RHEL 6.4(KVM). Source: Submitted to SPEC* for review/publication as of Sept. 10, 2013. Score: 947.9 @ 57 VMs.
3. Baseline configuration and score on SPECfp*_rate_base2006 Benchmark: Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2690 platform, 128 GB memory, Red Hat Enterprise Linux* (RHEL) 6.2. Intel® Compiler 18.104.22.168. Source as of Dec 2012. Score: 503. New configuration: Cisco UCS B200 M3* with two Intel Xeon processor E5-2697 v2, 128 GB memory, RHEL 6.4. Intel Compiler 14.0. Source as of Sept 2013. Score: 683. Dell PowerEdge T620* with two Intel Xeon processor E5-2697 v2, 512 GB memory, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 11 SP3. Intel Compiler 14.0. Source as of Sept 2013. Score: 683.
4. Baseline configuration and score on SPECpower_ssj*2008 benchmark: Platform with two Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2660, 16GB memory, Microsoft Windows Server* 2008 Enterprise x64 edition. Baseline source as of November 2012. Score: 5,544 overall ssj_ops/watt. New configuration: Fujitsu PRIMERGY RX300 S8* platform with two Intel Xeon processor E5-2660 v2, 48GB, Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Standard edition. Source: Submitted to SPEC* for review/publication as of Sept. 10, 2013. Score: 8,097 overall ssj_ops/watt.
5. 40 percent increase in density per published proof of concept at http://communities.intel.com/docs/DOC-4212.