Intel is creating standards for its non-manufacturing buildings to design efficiencies as cost-effective as it is in Intel’s smart factories.
Intel IT, along with Intel’s Internet of Things Group and other industry groups, is leading the effort to establish smart building standards and messaging protocols for non-manufacturing buildings that allow vendors to provide integrated solutions.
An in-memory data platform supports Intel IT’s goal of developing a supply chain that can instantly respond to change.
Real-time data supports a supply chain that can instantly respond to change. We will be able to build on what we learn with the supply chain implementation, applying real-time data in innovative ways in many other areas of the enterprise.
Demo shows how Intel® Data Center Manager monitors, controls, gates, and limits power consumption for better server efficiency and reduced costs.
An overview about how upgraded data center technology can help IT spend less time managing the data center and more time serving the business.
The video lays out the challenges IT faces as demands on the data center continue to increase, and provides solutions to these challenges focused on combining the latest hardware, software, virtualization, and orchestration capabilties.Full View >
Solution Brief: Altibase makes in-memory high-speed processing of large and complex data possible through Intel® Xeon® processor E7 v2 family.
Solution Brief: Altibase makes in-memory high-speed processing of large and complex data possible through Intel® Xeon® processor E7 v2 family, which accommodates up to six terabytes of memory in a four-socket system, improving database performance.
Next-gen data center architecture described by Intel futurist Steve Brown includes cloud and software-defined infrastructure (SDI).
Discover how Software Defined Infrastructure (SDI) can transform your data center into an optimized cloud platform.