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How Intel Is Changing Enterprise Protection

Intel is working with companies to make security software that is enhanced with hardware, expanding enterprise protection from boot time to run time.

How Intel Security Helps Protect Identity

Intel provides verification and authentication capabilities built into the hardware to help protect users’ identities without hindering productivity.

Data Center Server Meets IT Demands

Designed for the data center server and cloud, the versatile Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 product family delivers I/O performance and efficiency.

Intel® RAID: World Class Performance

Video: Intel® 6Gb/s RAID controllers features and benefits, including more database transactions and faster backups. Technical specs are outlined.

SAP and Intel Video: SAP In-Memory Appliance*

The video shows Intel and SAP co-innovation related to bringing this leadership solution to market exclusively on the Intel® Xeon® processor platform.

Why Greater Performance Per Core Matters for Server Virtualization

Illustrates how higher performance cores provide significant advantages over lower performance cores, including operating costs and VM space.

HP Moonshot* and Intel® Atom™ Processor C2000 Family

HP’s John Gromala discusses how the Moonshot System* can focus on broader web tiers and big-data applications with the Intel® Atom™ processor C2000.

How Intel Security Defends Against Malware

Intel arms your software with the visibility and tools it needs to prevent, find, freeze, and fix vulnerabilities and defend against malware.

How Intel Security Helps Protect Enterprise Data

Intel speeds security software and makes it stronger by building tools right into the silicon to protect enterprise data and increase efficiency.

Framestore Visual Effects Studio Soars with Flexible IT

Framestore enhances its visual effects leadership in film and integrated advertising with flexible IT solutions based on Intel® Xeon® processors.