Explore Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 v3 product family software solutions for technical computing, cloud, data center, security, and more.
Explore technical computing, telecommunications and cloud, financial, data center optimization and security, core business applications, and big data analytics software solutions for the Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 v3 product family.
Discover Intel data center performance in scalability, big data, and HPC, with performance-related benchmarks in compute, storage, and networking.
Discover Intel data center performance with Intel® product features and benefits in scalability, big data analytics, high-performance computing, and density, with performance-related benchmarks in compute, storage, and networking.
Describes Intel and VMware* software-defined storage solution, optimized for mid-range tier-two workloads and test/development environments.
Describes an Intel® Solutions reference architecture and VMware Virtual SAN* software-defined, cost-effective, scalable enterprise storage solution, optimized for mid-range tier-two workloads and test/development environments.
Specification Update: The Intel® Atom™ processor Z36xxx and Z37xxx updates include device and documentation errata, specification clarifications, and changes intended for hardware system manufacturers and software developers.
Intel and NetApp heads cover new unified compute-intensive, virtualization-aware storage infrastructure for efficiency, reliability, and scalability.
Brief: Offering an MD2 form factor, the Intel® RAID Expander RES3FV288 product family supports up to 28 inside-the-box SAS or serial ATA devices and 8 external ports for JBOD connection, ideal for low-profile height and half-length adapter slots.
Brief: Offering flexibility for architecting storage solutions, the Intel® RAID Expander RES3TV360 product family enables connection of up to 28 SAS or serial ATA devices with optimal performance of SAS 3.0 ports, RAID compatibility, and low cost.
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