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Energy Efficient Servers with Intel Xeon Processors

Strengthen your IT solutions with energy efficient servers with Intel® Xeon® processors.

Data Center Optimization

Discover why and how you should invest in data center optimization with guidance and tools created from Intel’s rich experience with the data center.

Accelerate IT Modernization with Server Upgrades Infographic

Boost IT modernization to maximize efficiency and minimize costs with server upgrades like Windows Server* 2012 and Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2697 v2.

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Intel, Microsoft Upgrades Increase Server Performance and Density

White Paper: Principled Technologies finds Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2697 v2 and Windows Server* 2012 upgrades increase server performance, density.

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Data Center Heat Recovery Helps Intel Create Green Facility

Brief: Intel IT supports first certified green building with system that recovers data center heat to heat the rest of the building.

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Intel® Data Center Technologies Boost Performance and Security

Click on a topic to explore how Intel® data center technologies improve networking, server computing, and storage performance and security.

Intel® Xeon® Processor D Product Family

Introducing the Intel® Xeon® processor D product family—performance, features, and reliability with enhanced TCO for hyper-scale cloud workloads.

Intel® SSD Data Center Family-based Lustre* File System

Case Study: Intel boosts storage on a new Intel® SSD DC S3500 Series-based Lustre* system for greater off-the-shelf performance and scalability.

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Case Study: Network Consolidation with 10 Gigabit Ethernet

This case study with Hansa Metallwerke demonstrates the cost and network consolidation benefits of moving to 10 Gigabit Ethernet and iSCSI.

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Server Sizing to Meet ERP Requirements

A quantitative model to assist with server sizing by analyzing effects of factors on the use of primary server resources: compute, memory, and I/O.

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