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Framestore Visual Effects Studio Soars with Flexible IT

Framestore enhances its visual effects leadership in film and integrated advertising with flexible IT solutions based on Intel® Xeon® processors.

Migrating Mission Critical Systems to Intel® Architecture

Intel IT’s business case for migrating, the challenges faced transitioning to a new platform, and the great benefits derived from the transition.

SGI and Intel Video: Altix UV* Technology Overview

Video describes features and benefits of SGI Altix UV* compared to standard rack mounted and clustered solutions. Features Dr. Eng Lim Goh, CTO, SGI.

Anixter Video: Mission-Critical Value

Anixter uses the IBM DB2 pureScale*with the Intel® Xeon® processor 7500 series for increased performance and scalability.

Red Hat and Intel: Rock-Solid Mission-Critical Computing

Video: Red Hat Linux 6* running on Intel® Xeon® processor E7 family is an alternative to UNIX/RISC-based platforms for mission-critical computing.

Advantages of Running SQL Server 2008 R2 on Intel® Xeon® 7500 Series

Video: Microsoft's Claude Lorenson on the advantages gained from SQL Server 2008 R2* running on Intel® Xeon® 7500 series at Microsoft TechEd 2010.

HP, Intel Deliver Mission-Critical Converged Infrastructure

Watch how HP and Intel work together to deliver on the promise of mission-critical converged infrastructure.

Oracle Exadata* on Intel® Xeon® Processors: Extreme Performance for Enterprise Computing

Brief covers deployment of Oracle Exadata* Database Machine based on the Intel® Xeon® processor 7500 and 5600 series for scalable performance.

Intel on Mission Critical at Oracle OpenWorld 2012 (OOW)

Get an overview of what Intel and Oracle are doing together in mission critical areas like big data analytics and engineered systems for the cloud.

Results of Intel IT's Testing of Intel® Xeon® Processor E7 Family

Video: Intel IT datacenter adopts the Intel® Xeon® processors E7 family and projects USD 650 million value by 2014.