See how Intel® Rack Scale Architecture works to manage storage servers and deploy storage pooling software, such as EMC ScaleIO, and CoprHD*.
Intel's Rob Crooke and Micron CEO Mark Durcan announce 3D XPoint™, a faster, denser, and non-volatile revolutionary breakthrough in memory technology.
Intel's Rob Crooke and Micron CEO Mark Durcan announce a revolutionary breakthrough in memory technology that can unlock the potential of our data. 3D XPoint™ is a new class of storage and memory technology that is faster, denser, and non-volatile.Full View >
See 3D XPoint™ technology unveiled—a breakthrough in non-volatile storage technology that is cheaper than DRAM and faster than NAND.
See 3D XPoint™ technology unveiled with a brief history of memory technology from the 1960's to now and how this next breakthrough that combines memory and storage in one non-volatile device that is cheaper than DRAM and faster than NAND.Full View >
Shatter all the rules and unleash your processor's true potential with 3D XPoint™ technology, which creates fast, inexpensive, and nonvolatile memory.
Intel engineers help shatter all the rules with 3D XPoint™ technology, a simple, stackable, and transistor-less design that creates fast, inexpensive, and nonvolatile storage memory with low latency to unleash your processor's true potential.Full View >
3D XPoint™ is a new breakthrough in non-volatile memory technology enabling memory-like performance at storage-like capacity and cost.
A new breakthrough in non-volatile memory technology, Intel® 3D XPoint™ offers memory-like performance at storage-like capacity and cost for more affordable multi-terabyte memory arrays and faster SSD storage.
Intel® 64 architecture expands addressable memory to over 4 GB by enabling 64-bit computing in embedded designs, improving performance.
Intel® 64 architecture enables 64-bit computing in embedded designs, improving performance by allowing systems to address more than 4 GB of both virtual and physical memory.
Intel introduces new 22nm technology.
Intel introduces a fundamentally different technology for future microprocessor families: 3-D transistors manufactured at 22nm. These new transistors enable Intel to continue to relentlessly pursue Moore's Law.