Increasing demands on IT are forcing organizations to rethink their data center options. For many organizations, that means turning to the flexibility afforded them by outsourced...
Companies that do not have sufficient in-house expertise to either deploy or maintain an IaaS cloud should turn to Managed Service Providers (MSPs) to accelerate the planning,...
This paper breaks down the challenges that often prevent the cloud from delivering the fast, flexible and affordable infrastructure companies seek - and then details the secret to...
Intel IT defined methods for analyzing computing energy efficiency within our design computing environment, using measurements of actual server power consumption and utilization. We used these methods to identify trends and opportunities for improving data center efficiency, and to implement a pilot project that increased data center computing capacity.
Harmonic currents generated by non-linear electronic loads increase power system heat losses and power bills for end users. These harmonic-related losses reduce system efficiency, cause apparatus overheating, and increase power and air conditioning costs. Read this whitepaper to learn more about the common causes, implications and resolutions for problematic harmonic distortion in your electrical system.
Learn about best practices in backup and archive for today's energy and cost conscious data center including performance, data protection and TCO.
This research paper outlines how the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General realized a three year ROI of 202% by using NetApp solutions to reduce infrastructure costs, increase user productivity, reduce downtime, and improve IT staff efficiency.
How virtualization reduces operational risk. Learn More.
This paper discusses the requirements and challenges inherent in the design of a carrier-class network operating system (OS). Key facets of Juniper Networks® JUNOS® Software, Juniper's network operating system, are used to illustrate the evolution of OS design and underscore the relationship between functionality and architectural decisions.
High availability (HA) represents one of the most difficult challenges facing today's high-performance networks. Juniper calls its approach to HA "continuous systems". Learn more.
Aging network systems and old habits have dictated how businesses spend their IT budgets. Juniper Networks® proposes to change this economic model by delivering a new family of solutions that reduce capital and operational expenses, freeing up IT budget dollars and allowing businesses to invest in innovative technologies
Increasing Data Center Energy Efficiency with IBM & Intel Servers
Productive High Performance Computing for Upstream Petroleum with the IBM Cluster Solution Powered by the Intel Xeon 5500 Processor Series