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Intel® 82598 Ethernet Controller Power Supply Design Clarification

Covers power supply sequencing and power on reset/LAN_PWR_GOOD design clarifications for the Intel® 82598 10 GbE Ethernet Controller.

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Intel® 82598 10 GbE Ethernet Controller: Specification Update

Covers sightings, software clarifications, changes, errata, and BSDL-JTAG test implications.

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Intel® 82599 10 Gigabit Ethernet Controller: Product Brief

Delivers performance, I/O virtualization capability, and unified networking, transforming data centers with reliability, scalability, and mobility.

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Intel Data Center Performance

Discover Intel data center performance in scalability, big data, and HPC, with performance-related benchmarks in compute, storage, and networking.

Apache Hadoop* Clusters Built on 10 Gigabit Ethernet

Apache Hadoop* clusters benefit from 10 Gigabit Ethernet bandwidth. Intel’s 10GBASE-T products make 10GbE cost-effective and widely available.

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Big Data Platform: Accelerate Big Data with Intel® Technologies

White Paper: Intel® technologies help scale up Apache Hadoop* clusters and accelerate big data analysis to handle the increasing volume of data.

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Building the Transparent Cloud

Learn about service provider Expedient's expansion to a transparent cloud with a focus on audibility and security throughout the solution stack.

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Editor’s Pick: Server Density and 10 GbE

Editor’s Pick: As data center workloads increase, demand on physical and virtual servers is high. 10 GbE switches increase network speed, capacity.

Enterprise Cloud Services—OpSource Case Study

This paper describes how OpSource utilized Intel® technology to address challenges in developing a base for secure enterprise cloud services.

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Evolution of Converged IT Infrastructures: Update

Converged IT infrastructures based on Intel’s industry-standard x86 architecture are described in this report from Pund-IT’s Charles King.

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