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Our efforts to make the cloud work for business and bring a brighter outlook to the cloud start with the optimized technology that is built for scalability. Today on March 6th we launched the Intel® Xeon® Processor ... Cloud Computing Roadmap InfographicBack Vernon Turner, the Senior Vice President of IDC's Enterprise Infrastructure, Consumer and Telecom research, told us something really interesting the other day. “I think TCO is top of mind when customers ev... Server Performance Drives Down IT CostsBack Today Intel formally launched this new processor at a press event in San Francisco. The event consisted of Intel VP and GM of Digital Enterprise Group Kirk Skaugen's presentation to the press including customer ... It’s Official – Intel® Xeon® Processor 7500 Series (Nehalem-EX) has launchedBack x86 Systems are leading the way as the worldwide server market rebounds, according to a February 24th press release from IDC. This press release summarizes the findings in their Worldwide Quarterly Server Tracke... IDC spots a Significant Shift in the Marketplace – And it’s Away from RISCBack There’s a video going around from one of Intel’s top external customers. Before you see this (video linked below) I wanted to position this correctly. I caught up with Mr. X at an undisclosed c... Somebody Blew The Whistle on The ‘Nehalem’ EffectBack Nehalem-EX has been in the news quite a bit over the past several months. First, in May, Intel described how Nehalem-EX will be at the heart of the next generation of intelligent and expandable high-end Intel... Michael Dell is Bullish on Nehalem-EX in Oracle Open World KeynoteBack In March '09, former Intel executive Pat Gelsinger predicted that Nehalem-based Xeon 5500 servers would become "cash machines" for the IT industry, due to unprecedented power-efficient performance gains that can deliv... Nehalem - The Cash Machine that Keeps on Giving…For ITBack First there was the Multi-Billion Dollar Automobile “Cash for Clunkers” program that I wrote about back in early August. Then in late August we started reading more about the planned $300M stat... The Most Energy Efficient Investment That Government Won’t Help You MakeBack Japan announced today that it has emerged from recession, following Germany and France’s announcements last week that their economies also grew in the second quarter. Moody’s Economy.com Business Confidenc... Are Your Servers Ready for The Economic Recovery?Back You’ve seen it on the front pages of the papers lately. The program that offers consumers incentives to trade in older used cars for more fuel-efficient new cars is pushing auto sales into overdrive. ... Cash for Clunkers? Yes – It’s called Server Refresh. Back Last week I wrote about the server product update for the upcoming Nehalem-EX processor and the expandable platforms based on it. Today I wanted to provide you with a short 10 minute video captured from the even... The Nehalem-EX Press Briefing Video – For the Busy IT Decision MakerBack Today Intel provided a server product update for the upcoming Nehalem-EX processor and the expandable platforms based on it. Here’s a recap of some of the interesting messages communicated to the pr... Nehalem-EX – The New Standard in Scalable PerformanceBack Interesting new article posted on Computerworld explaining how the State of Indiana saved nearly $14M by consolidating their seven data centers into one (plus a second for disaster recovery) while also reducing server... The Hoosier State Standardizes on Intel Xeon based ServersBack Sure, Intel® Xeon® 5500 Series Processors represent a quantum leap forward in terms of both performance and energy efficiency. That has been proven in a number of test results and reviews. But for your b... When Xeon 5500 series “Nehalem” servers are just not enough…Back In 1965, Intel co-founder Gordon Moore made a prediction, popularly known as Moore's Law, stating that the number of transistors on a chip will double about every two years. Intel has kept that pace for nearly 40 year... Inverting Moore’s Law Means Big Cost-Savings for IT in 2009Back We all know that IT is using virtualization on x86 servers to solve tough data center challenges (server sprawl, accelerating power and cooling costs, the need to extend life of current facilities, achieving high-avai... Multiprocessor servers and Virtualization – An Intelligent choice for ITBack At Oracle OpenWorld in the Dell booth on September 22nd – 24th, we educated a large number of IT managers and Oracle Database Administrators about how best to harness the power of the new Xeon 7400 processor for... Large crowds learned about the Intel Xeon Processor 7400 Series at Oracle Open WorldBack There's been a number of blogs written recently about the upcoming Xeon 7400 (Dunnington) processor (I've listed a bunch of them at the bottom of this thread if you're interested). I'm happy to report that it's not up... It's official - Intel Xeon Processor 7400 Series (Dunnington) has launchedBack One trend that is really starting to take shape in the server industry is that big servers are back! That doesn't mean big servers ever disappeared off the map. Historically bigger servers with 4 or more processor soc... Back