Desktop computing in the enterprise is evolving beyond the desk with new enterprise use cases for mini PCs, all-in-one devices, and compute sticks.
Intel IT is expanding the role of desktop-class computing beyond the desk. Stationary computing devices such as mini PCs, all-in-one PCs, and compute sticks can be used in a variety of enterprise settings.
The Intel® Xeon® processor E3 family-based servers are built for virtualization and deliver intelligent, adaptive performance.
The Intel® Xeon® processor E3 family-based servers are built for virtualization and deliver intelligent, adaptive performance to help increase sales, improve margins, and reduce risk.
Discover Intel data center performance in scalability, big data, and HPC, with performance-related benchmarks in compute, storage, and networking.
Discover Intel data center performance with Intel® product features and benefits in scalability, big data analytics, high-performance computing, and density, with performance-related benchmarks in compute, storage, and networking.
Learn more about Intel® Workstation product features, performance benefits, and benchmarks to see how they fit your needs.
From entry-level to expert Intel® Workstation products, Intel® Xeon® processor-based workstations fit your needs; find out more about Intel® Turbo Boost Technology 2.0 and Intel® HD Graphics P4600 features, and performance benefits and benchmarks.
See the performance improvement of parallel computing with code optimized to take advantage of the multiple cores of modern Intel® processors.
Shows how parallel computing offers a massive performance improvement with code optimized to take advantage of the multiple cores, threads, and wide vector units of modern Intel® architecture-based processors, such as the Intel® Xeon Phi™ processor.
With HD graphics and faster access, an Intel® Xeon® processor-based mobile workstation lets you take creativity and collaboration anywhere.
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 K for unlocked, S for performance, T for power, M for mobile, and U for ultra-low power, helps identify the best laptop, desktop, or mobile device processor for your computing needs.
Intel and HP announce collaborations in the Citrix Synergy keynote, including an Intel® Xeon® processor E3-based platform for the data center.