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Intel Planning Guide: Technology for Tomorrow’s Cloud

A practical data center planning guide about 10 GbE, trusted computing, cloud storage, and power management.

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Cloud Computing Data Center Research Report

Results of a survey that can provide insights into how to prepare your cloud computing data center environment by upgrading networking and storage.

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Data Center Architecture of the Future

Next-gen data center architecture described by Intel futurist Steve Brown includes cloud and software-defined infrastructure (SDI).

Monitoring for Modern Data Center Management

White Paper: Chunghwa Telecom data center management proof-of-concept uses Intel® Data Center Manager to reduce power consumption, boost efficiency.

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Energy Efficient Servers with Intel Xeon Processors

Intel® Xeon® processors improve server and energy efficiency by boosting performance without increasing your data center footprint or power demands

Data Center Requirements: Refresh for Operating Efficiency

An overview about how upgraded data center technology can help IT spend less time managing the data center and more time serving the business.

Providing a Robust Foundation for a Next-Generation Cloud Platform

Success Brief: Applied Innovations's next-generation cloud platform boosts performance and lowers costs with Intel® Xeon® processor E7-4890 v2.

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Intel IT's Data Center Strategy for Business Transformation

Learn how Intel IT’s data center strategy improves the quality, velocity, and efficiency of our business services to create a competitive advantage.

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Chunghwa Telecom: Data Center Efficiency

Chunghwa Telecom reduces power consumption of its data center cooling equipment by 30 percent with Intel® Datacenter Manager (Intel® DCM).

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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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