Understanding Intel® processor numbers helps you identify the best microserver, server, or workstation processor for your computing needs.
Understanding Intel® processor numbers and letter codes, such as C for microservers, X for enhanced performance, E for mainstream, and L for low power, helps identify the best microserver, server, or workstation processor for your computing needs.
Intel® Xeon® processor-based servers protect small business information with Intel® RST, providing storage that recovers data when hard drives fail.
Intel® Xeon® processor-based servers protect critical small business information with features, such as Intel® Rapid Storage Technology, providing redundant storage that quickly recovers data in the event of a hard drive failure.
Maximize performance delivery, reduce power use, and lower operating costs with Intel® SSD Data Center Family, designed for intense storage workloads.
Maximize performance delivery, reduce power use and lower operating costs with the Intel® Solid-State Drive Data Center Family, designed for read- and write-intensive storage workloads at predictable rates for smooth, reliable data center operation.
Case studies about issues relevant to designing a data center and cloud computing.
Learn how the Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family can help make your IT business more efficient, productive, and secure. Real life business success stories from some of the world’s leading companies can help you make your own IT decisions.
Explore Intel Fellow Mark Bohr's presentation from the Intel Developer Forum 2014, which covers some of the benefits of the new 14 nm transistor process, like improved area scaling, and microarchitecture optimizations for active power reduction.
Intel Fellow Mark Bohr discusses the new 14 nm transistor process and how the improved tri-gate fin design enables greater computing experiences.
Intel Fellow Mark Bohr discusses the new 14 nm transistor process and how the tri-gate fins are now taller, thinner, and closer together, enabling more performance, less active power, and longer battery life for greater computing experiences.Full View >
Mark Bohr explains how Intel 3-D transistors manufactured at 22nm ensure the pace of technology advancement for years to come.
Intel's 3-D Tri-Gate transistor, and the ability to manufacture it in high volume, mark a dramatic change in the fundamental structure of the computer chip. Learn more about the history of transistors.Full View >