This year’s Intel Partner Connect is moving online. You’re invited to join this virtual event from wherever you’re now working.
The Americas edition of Intel Partner Connect 2020 will be held this coming Wednesday and Thursday, May 20 - 21.
Join, and you’ll get access to Intel executives, subject-matter experts and more to help you grow your tech provider business.
To learn more, watch this short video highlight:
Working from home is on the rise, and probably will continue to catch on even after the coronavirus pandemic. That may be great for workers, but for those managing and maintaining those WFH PCs, it’s a challenge.
Intel this week introduced PC processors designed with remote workers in mind. The new 10th gen Intel vPro processors are for business PCs, both desktop and mobile devices. And they offer improvements in not only remote manageability, but also productivity, connectivity and security.
The CPU monster is hungry. Feed it with NVMe over PCIe. It’s your data center interface for storage scalability.
How scalable? The current generation of NVMe over PCIe storage is already more than 6x faster than SATA. Future generations are expected to be up to 26x faster.
As you might know, the NVM Express (NVMe) interface protocol allows host software to communicate with both enterprise and client SSDs via PCI Express (PCIe). That’s important because PCIe now comes standard on many modern servers.
Gaming systems are a whole lot more than just fun and games. They’re actually a huge business. Gaming sales worldwide will grow by over 70% in the next five years, rising from an already huge $118.7 billion last year to $204.6 billion in 2025, predicts Imarc Group.
Now you can learn all about them with the Gaming Systems Competency in Intel Partner University.
What do riding a bicycle, keeping your checkbook, and building new systems based on 2nd Gen Intel Xeon processors have in common?
All benefit from balance.
You can balance on a bicycle…balance your checkbook…and now, with help from Intel, build a balanced system.
For your data center customers, that means balancing new Xeon-based servers with the latest NVMe SSDs and 10GbE network adapters.
This kind of balanced system can also help your customers grow their business, lower their costs, and mitigate their risks. Call it a win-win-win.
Artificial intelligence: extremely cool, but also extremely complex. All that complexity can really slow things down — not what you or your customers want.
Fortunately, Intel has come up with an equally cool solution: Add the company’s Optane SSD (solid-state drive) storage devices to your AI pipeline. And unlock the value of your customers’ data.
These SSDs can also help your customers cut their storage costs, lower their floor-space requirements, and make their operations more efficient. Nothing complicated about that.
With so many people now working from home, managing your employees while also servicing your customers’ PCs isn’t easy. Intel vPro technology has your back.
Remote manageability has always been an important feature of Intel vPro, but now it’s vital. Your employees aren’t coming in to the office. Neither, most likely, are your customers.
Intel vPro technology includes a hardware-based feature known as Active Management Technology (Intel AMT). With Intel AMT, you can connect remotely to the PC to discover, repair and help protect networked computing assets.