Addendum to the Intel® SSD DC S3500 Series spec outlines the differences between the 1.2 TB and 1.6 TB and previously released products.
Addendum to the Intel® Solid-State Drive Data Center S3500 Series specification outlines the differences between the previously released products and the capacity 1.2 TB and 1.6 TB products.
Showcases Intel technology in broadcast equipment and servers at the National Association of Broadcasters.
Boost IT modernization to maximize efficiency and minimize costs with server upgrades like Windows Server* 2012 and Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2697 v2.
Server upgrades to platforms featuring Windows Server* 2012, Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2697 v2, Intel® SSD DC S3700 series, and more help accelerate IT modernization to maximize business efficiency and minimize operating expenses.
White paper: Study of SSDs deployed in mobile business PCs show an 87 percent reduction in the annualized failure rate compared to hard disk drives.
White paper summaries yearlong study of more than 45,000 SSDs deployed in mobile business PC fleet. Intel IT validates that Intel® Solid-State Drives provide an 87 percent reduction in the annualized failure rate compared to hard disk drives.
Complex silicon designs with large memory and compute requirements run efficiently and cost-effectively on servers with SSD swap drives.
Silicon chip designers are working on more complex designs that have considerable memory and compute requirements. Servers with SSD swap drives are a cost-effective, high-performance server platform for EDA applications.
Intel IT’s whole-disk encryption solution for managing Intel® SSDs with Intel® vPro™ technology improves user experience and reduces support issues
Intel IT’s whole-disk encryption solution for laptops with Intel® SSDs with Intel® Active Management Technology, part of Intel® vPro™ technology, improves user experience, increases compliance, and reduces support issues.
Case study: Cambridge University Eco Racing uses solar energy and Intel® Solid-State Drives for an eco-friendly vehicle for the World Solar Challenge.
Cambridge University uses solar energy and Intel® Solid-State Drives for an eco-friendly vehicle.