Technical Brief: Fibre Channel over Ethernet for Windows*-based Intel® Ethernet Server Adapter X520 series, a 10GB Ethernet solution for datacenters.
Intel, a leader in the Datacenter Ethernet market, now adopts Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) Standard (T11-FC-BB-5). Since the beginning of FCoE, Intel has worked with industry leaders to set the standard for Fibre Channel over Ethernet today.
White Paper: Test and deploy software-defined networking and network function virtualization on Intel® Open Network Platform Server Reference Design.
White Paper: Discusses how telecom carriers, cloud service providers, and data center operators can use the Intel® Open Network Platform Server Reference Design to test and deploy software-defined networking and network function virtualization.
Expedient’s Alex Rodriguez covers why the enterprise server provider uses Intel®-based platforms for reliable and performance-driven infrastructure.
Expedient’s Alex Rodriguez discusses why the enterprise server and colocation service provider uses Intel® Xeon® processors and other Intel®-based platforms to deliver a reliable and performance-driven cloud storage infrastructure.Vista completa >
Learn about the business case for developing a private cloud and the basics of building a cloud for the organization.
Cloud computing is a priority for Intel IT. We have been looking at the business value of such an undertaking. In this podcast, hear about the business case for developing a private cloud, and the basics of building a cloud for the organization.Vista completa >
It is critical for IT to engage in strategic planning with the company’s business groups for alignment to maximize IT business value.
Intel IT engages in an annual strategic planning cycle to ensure alignment with the company’s business groups and aiding in maximizing the IT business value. Hear how Intel develops its IT strategic plan and its role within the overall business plan.Vista completa >
Software-defined networking (SDN) enables on-demand provisioning of networks and network services.
Intel IT is adopting software-defined networking (SDN) to enable on-demand provisioning of networks and network services. By virtualizing the network through a programmable interface, we can offer better support for Intel application developers.