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StoreONE AFAn
Here comes the next generation of All-Flash Arrays

The next generation of All-Flash Array (AFA) uses Intel Optane technology as a storage tier, rather than as a cache. That’s the idea behind a new product from StoreONE. The New York-based company,...


Intel Server System M20MYP
Meet Intel’s newest entry-level server, the M20MYP

Are your datacenter customers looking for good value? If so, then tell them about Intel’s new entry-level server, the Intel Server System M20MYP. The new server offers not only Intel’s high-quality...


Intel Optane SSD
Intel Optane Technology: memory or storage? The answer is both

Sometimes, the best choice is not having to choose. That’s the case with Intel Optane technology. Should you offer it as memory or as storage? The good news is, you don’t have to choose. Intel Optane...


Cloud infrastructure
Video highlight: Get cloud-infrastructure competent with Intel Partner University

Cloud infrastructure? That’s easy. But delivering these solutions? Anything but. Get help from Intel Partner University. This program now offers Competencies, in-depth training programs that focus on...


Dell EMC VxRail
Dell EMC VxRail: A high-performance system that performs even better with Intel Optane SSD

If your customers are looking to extend a VMware environment, Dell EMC offers them a fast and easy way: VxRail, the only fully integrated, preconfigured and tested HCI appliance optimized for VMware...


2nd gen Intel Xeon Scalable processor
How the 2nd gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors keep their promise

Who doesn’t like a company that keeps its word? In February, when Intel refreshed the 2nd gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors, the company promised new CPUs that would offer significantly better...


Intel and Nutanix
Intel Data Center Blocks for Nutanix Enterprise Cloud

As business demands become more dynamic, running workloads on rigid legacy architectures no longer makes sense. Enterprises are shifting from separate storage, storage networks and servers to...


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