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Cloud Computing Cost: Saving with a Hybrid Model

Our hybrid model for reducing cloud computing cost should bring high levels of agility, scalability, and efficiency as well as increased savings.

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Open Source Cloud – Accelerating Deployment of Cloud Services

To improve cloud deployment, Intel IT added a hybrid solution to our private cloud that includes OpenStack* software, an open source cloud environment

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Cloud Computing Solutions from Intel

Explore cloud computing solutions built on Intel®-based technology. Learn the fundamentals, plan your solution, and decide on the technology you need.

Intel and McAfee: Enhancing Cloud Security

Intel and McAfee provide an overview of security technologies and solutions to enhance cloud security from devices to cloud data centers.

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Cloud Computing Companies - An Ecosystem of Cloud Services

Intel® Cloud Builders brings together cloud computing companies to deliver proven cloud solutions on Intel® Xeon® processor–based servers.

The Cloud Improves Performance of Sugar Refiner

Florida Crystals has its entire data center on the cloud from Virtustream running on Intel® Xeon® processors with Intel® Trusted Execution Technology

Open Standards Are Dissolving Cloud Silos from TBR

TBR whitepaper from May 2012: Open standards are positioned to drive new levels of interoperability across cloud deployments.

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High-performance cloud solutions

Intel® technologies enable Outscale to build a premium cloud computing service for customers demanding seamless access to high levels of compute power

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Using Cloud with BYOD - Obtaining Maximum Business Value from Both

Intel IT integrates our cloud computing efforts with our bring-your-own device initiatives, helping Intel obtain the maximum business value from both.

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Inside IT: Developing a Hybrid Cloud

Intel IT’s Das Kamhout discussed the choosing a hybrid approach, the challenges it presents, and how it will lead Intel to the future