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Intel Continues to Rethink the Rack of the Future

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Intel is continuing to advance its vision for new data center designs that rethink the traditional placement of components within the server and rack. Intel today offered details on an initiative by China’s largest Internet companies, along with reference designs that could help more OEMs and end users deploy these designs. Read More

Managing the Data Center – One Rack at a Time

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The modern data center is a combination of technologies all working together to help deliver data. As cloud computing, IT consumerization and big data continue to shape the industry – the data center will continue to remain at the heart of it all. In working with today’s data center infrastructure, administrators must not only build around agility – but efficiency as well. The idea is to simplify data center management by breaking a complex environment into more manageable pieces – the racks. Read More

Adapt Your Technology, Services and Organization to Cloud

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Let’s face it – the cloud is here and cloud computing is only going to continue to evolve. Many organizations are either looking at some type of cloud solution or have already jumped in. The reality is that the cloud can be a very powerful platform which can bring numerous benefits to your organization. Read More

Intel Updates Processor Roadmap for 2013

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During her keynote at the Intel Developer Forum today in Beijing, Intel executive Diane Bryant unveiled details of upcoming Intel products targeting the server, networking and storage requirements of the data center. Read More

How Can You Save Up to 30% in Data Center Operation Costs?

A look at the dense server configurations in one of the 97 data centers operated by Intel Corp, which runs more than 100,00 servers.

Data Center Knowledge’s webinar series continues with a 60-minute online conversation with Rich Miller of Data Center Knowledge and Intel’s Jeff Klaus that explains Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) and its contributions to managing power and cooling usage in the data center. Register today to join the webinar on April 28, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. Read More

Why Consider a Modular Data Center?

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Two of the biggest reasons typically listed for the problem with data centers are capital and speed of deployment. The traditional brick and mortar data center takes a lot of money and time to build. Furthermore, the quick evolution of supporting technologies further entices organizations to work with fast and scalable modular designs. Outside of those two primary drivers there are many benefits and reasons listed for why a modular data center approach is selected.
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Accelerate Your IT for Better Business Results

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With the emergence of cloud computing, big data and IT consumerization, many data centers and organizations have redesigning their IT infrastructure. One of the biggest drivers within the modern data center is to design an environment capable of scalability, agility and of course efficiency. In creating such an infrastructure, many… Read More

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