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Intel on Mission Critical at Oracle OpenWorld 2012 (OOW)

Get an overview of what Intel and Oracle are doing together in mission critical areas like big data analytics and engineered systems for the cloud.

HP, Intel Deliver Mission-Critical Converged Infrastructure

Watch how HP and Intel work together to deliver on the promise of mission-critical converged infrastructure.

Video: Oracle’s Latest Sun Fire Server with Intel® Xeon® E7 Processors

Video: Oracle’s Sun Fire X4470 M2* and Sun Fire X4800 M2* systems and Intel® Xeon® processor E7 family help redefine the enterprise data center.

Video: Indiana University Virtualizes with Intel and VMware

Indiana University uses Intel® Xeon® processor 7500 series and VMware vSphere* for VM capacity and performance increase, footprint reduction.

Red Hat and Intel: Rock-Solid Mission-Critical Computing

Video: Red Hat Linux 6* running on Intel® Xeon® processor E7 family is an alternative to UNIX/RISC-based platforms for mission-critical computing.

Intel Developer Forum 2011—Blogger Reception

Industry bloggers share highlights at the Intel Developer Forum 2011 Blogger Party, talking about new applications for Intel innovations.

Intel Developer Forum San Francisco 2011—Future of Computing

Attendees share highlights at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, covering mission-critical computing, retail technology, and the Ultrabook™.

Intel and VMworld 2011—Overview

Attendees express their personal experience and the value and benefits of attending the VMworld 2011 conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Intel, IBM, Orange Partnership Uses the Intel® Xeon® Processor E7 Family

Intel and IBM create architecture based on IBM DB2 pureScale* cluster technology with Intel® Xeon® processor E7 family for database deployments.

Intel Congratulates IBM on their Centennial

Pauline Nist on the 40-year plus collaboration between Intel and IBM which produced the first IBM PC using Intel® 8088 processors.