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Virtual SAN powered by Intel® SSDs
A demo of a 64-node, 368 Terabyte Virtual SAN powered by Intel® SSDs.
The Time is Now for 10 Gigabit Intel® Ethernet
Explore technology trends and datacenter changes that drive the transition to 10 gigabit Intel® Ethernet. (2:37)
ScienceLogic: Boosting Storage for Big Data
ScienceLogic finds a cost-effective way to boost the storage capacity for its monitoring and performance analytics system.
Next-Gen Data Analytics
Ayasdi helps customers uncover the insights hidden in their complex data.
Solving Data Challenges: Intel® CAS
Intel® Cache Acceleration Software solves I/O latency issues for Intel® SSD-based storage.
L'architettura di sistema del futuro
Intel sviluppa tecnologia che risolve le esigenze complesse del futuro e consente possibilità illimitate. (1:43)
Intel® Solid-State Drives: An Introduction
Intel® Solid-State Drives: An Introduction (3:31)
Two 240-GB RAID 0 Versus One 480-GB
Demos throughput gains of two Intel® SSD 730 Series 240-GB drives in RAID 0 versus one 480-GB drive.
Intel® SSD: Data Migration
Demonstrates how to migrate data from your hard drive to your new Intel® Solid-State Drive. (4:44)
Webinar: Intel, Micron Discuss 3D NAND Technology
Details on the joint development of an industry-leading, high-density, solid-state storage technology.
Intel® SSD Performance: Intel Lab Test
Intel® SSD performs 3 to 4 times faster than a traditional HDD in a game repair installation.
Upgrade to Intel® SSDs—SSD Versus HDD
Discover how Intel® SSDs unlocks PC potential by boosting boot time and application response.
eDrive*—Intel® SSD Pro 2500 Series
How to activate an eDrive*-enabled Intel® SSD Pro 2500 Series with Bitlocker* for hardware encryption.
Animation: 3D NAND Technology
See how stacking storage cells helps increase capacity while offering solid-state memory speed and performance. (3:42)
Intel® SSD Database Demo
See a server demonstration featuring Intel® Xeon® processor-based servers and Intel® Solid-State drives running Oracle TimesTen*...