What can you get from joining the Intel Technology Provider program? You probably already know that ITP is a global membership organization for businesses like yours that sell or recommend Intel technology. That helps Intel. But what’s in it for you?
Last Thursday, 2 Intel reps were the guest speakers for a Tech Provider Zone live chat about transitioning to the Intel Xeon Scalable processors.
The two Intel speakers were James Vogeltanz, channel marketing manager, and Bryan Hiestand, Xeon channel manager. During their Dec. 7 live chat, James and Bryan gave a short presentation on the Intel Xeon Scalable processors and answered audience members’ questions.
Miss this valuable live chat? No problem. Watch and listen to their presentation here:
Women in the IT channel have made a lot of progress. That doesn’t mean the job is done.
To learn more, check out this short video with Donna Shepard, executive VP of M&A Technology. In her interview with Andrea Medeiros of The Channel Co., Donna reveals that she’s the only woman on the board of the Intel Technology Provider program — a situation that both she and Intel want to change:
HP and Asus have just introduced PC systems for your tech-savvy customers. These systems are designed to be always on and always connected, even in sleep mode. And they have super-long battery lives.
Ready to learn how to transition your customers to Intel Xeon Scalable processors — with the help of the Intel Xeon Processor Advisor Tool?
Then join our live chat for tech providers this Thursday, Dec. 7, at 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET. You’ll chat live with 2 experts from Intel:
> Channel marketing manager James Vogeltanz
> Xeon channel manager Bryan Hiestand
What’s happening? Here’s your tech provider’s roundup of the latest research and forecasts.
Enterprise servers bounce back
Sellers of enterprise servers had a great third quarter. Their combined revenue for the quarter hit $17 billion, up from the year-earlier quarter by nearly 20%, according to market watcher IDC.
Your customers’ data centers are changing. They’re adding hybrid clouds. Beefing up security. Increasing scalability. So it makes sense that the processors powering your customers’ data-center servers should be changing, too.
Virtual reality — overhyped since the 1980s, right? No, not any more.
The technology behind VR was always cool. But now VR is finally becoming the basis for a real business. And a big business.
A new survey finds most mobile consumers really want and need greater connectivity.
Nearly 70% of the connected road warriors surveyed said they always bring their mobile devices on vacation. And roughly 1 in 3 (32%) said that traveling without their device makes them nervous.