IT@Intel White Paper: Intel IT is using Intel® Data Center Manager as their single data center management solution across all Intel data centers.
Intel IT uses Intel® Data Center Manager across all Intel data centers. This data center management solution monitors power usage and provides thermal maps and cooling analysis. Using this information, we can detect hotspots and underused servers.
Case Study: See how KIO Networks uses Intel® SSD Data Center family and Ceph* software to cut power usage while increasing cloud storage efficiency.
Case Study: See how KIO Networks uses Intel® Solid-State Drive Data Center Family and Ceph* software to cut storage power consumption while increasing operational efficiency, flexibility, and the ability to meet service-level agreement (SLA) terms.
Server-based storage solutions bring your data center closer to handling data on a massive scale with the same efficiency as large cloud providers.
Server-based storage solutions enabled by software-defined infrastructure (SDI) bring your data center closer to handling data on a massive scale with the same efficiency as large cloud providers.
University of Michigan Advanced Research Computing is undergoing a data center transformation to deliver more flexible and responsive services.
Together, Intel and Yottabyte are empowering data center transformation at the University of Michigan Advanced Research Computing (ARC) to serve more researchers more quickly, securely, and cost-efficiently.
Demo shows how Intel® Data Center Manager monitors, controls, gates, and limits power consumption for better server efficiency and reduced costs.
IT@Intel White Paper: Intel IT’s transformative data center strategy results in improved cost efficiency and resource utilization.
Intel IT’s data center strategy is to run data center services like a factory, effecting disciplined change and applying breakthrough technologies, solutions, and processes. This results in improved cost efficiency and resource utilization.
Intel is creating standards for its non-manufacturing buildings to design efficiencies as cost-effective as it is in Intel’s smart factories.
Intel IT, along with Intel’s Internet of Things Group and other industry groups, is leading the effort to establish smart building standards and messaging protocols for non-manufacturing buildings that allow vendors to provide integrated solutions.
IT@Intel White Paper: Intel IT has transitioned from allocation-based capacity management to performance-based capacity management, thereby simplifying private cloud management. Doing so has decreased cost and increased host utilization.