Thermal/mechanical techniques and requirements for the Intel® Xeon® processor 5500 and Intel® Xeon® processor 5600 series.
Details the thermal and mechanical design solutions for the Intel® Xeon® processor 5500 and 5600 series, and discusses processor cooling features, characteristics, and guidelines for managing thermal requirements.
Product Brief: Intel® Xeon® processor 5500 series features include intelligent performance, automated energy efficiency, and flexible virtualization.
In many organizations, IT infrastructure has begun to constrain business efficiency and growth. With data centers now at capacity in terms of power, cooling, and floor space, IT infrastructure is actually limiting IT from investing in innovation.
Presents forces driving the need for an accelerated video cloud and the implications of open source technologies for SDN and NFV architectures.
Presents forces driving the need for an accelerated video cloud using PCI Express* cards in standard servers and the implications of open source technologies and platforms such as OpenStack* for SDN and NFV architectures, with real life examples.
Solution Brief: Industry coalition develops open, standards-based OpenStack* software for easily implemented private and public cloud platforms.
Solution Brief: Intel, Open Data Center Alliance, and industry researchers develop an open, standards-based OpenStack* software for private and public cloud platforms, emphasizing easy implementation and large scalability.
Application Note: Interrupt swizzling solution for Intel® 5000 series chipset-based platforms.
Details the interrupt swizzling scheme and the programming and implementation requirements for the Intel® 5000 series chipset.
White Paper: Intel and Net App cover transitioning to 10GbE unified networking, its benefits, approaches to enabling, and their roles in development.
With long histories in Ethernet networking and storage, Intel and Net App are leaders in the transition to 10GbE unified networking. Read on to explore the many benefits of unified networking, and the pivotal roles Intel and NetApp are playing.