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Private clouds: now attractive to your medium-sized customers

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Windows 10 Creators Update: new security features coming

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Miss our Intel Optane live chat? Here’s your recap

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The topic of yesterday’s Business Compute Forum live chat was Intel Optane memory for desktop PCs.

And our guest speaker was Madhura Nataraju, Intel Optane memory product manager in Intel’s client computing group. Here’s some of what she covered:

Why do my customers need new types of PC memory?

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Intel Core X-series CPUs: 5 SKUs now available for pre-sale

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Join our live chat on Tuesday, June 20: Intel Optane memory

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Want to learn what Intel’s recently announced Optane memory for PCs offers solution providers like you?

Then join the next Business Compute Forum live social chat.

Our guest, Intel product marketing manager Madhura Nataraju, will be chatting live on Tuesday, June 20, at 11 a.m. PT / 2 p.m. ET. And you’re invited to join!

During this live and interactive chat, you’ll hear Madhura discuss:

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E3 gaming show: Intel partnerships, Dell desktop, Origin laptop

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Server sales fell in Q1 as users move to cloud, wait for Skylake

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Why your customers need 3D NAND

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Who needs 3D NAND technology? Just your customers.

That’s because technologies including the cloud, big data and the Internet of Things (IoT) already have your customers storing, processing and sharing a whole lot more data. Those data requirements are only going to increase.

To be sure, conventional 2D NAND-based Flash drives are a great technology for storing data. They’re faster than traditional hard disk drives, and more resistant to mechanical shock. That’s why they’re widely used in USB dongles, digital cameras and smartphone memory cards.

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Intel IT points the way to digital transformation

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Digital transformation: If your customers aren’t talking about it now, they will soon.

Intel certainly is. Even as the company creates new products for other companies undergoing digital transformations, it is also undergoing a digital transformation of its own.

Sound familiar? That’s what many solution providers are doing, too. So check out some of Intel’s latest moves, as detailed in its latest IT Annual Performance Report, released last week.

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