From April 2012 we will be supplying our CyberServe range of Intel Xeon E5 based servers, to configure your Xeon E5 server click here.
Servers, workstations, and storage solutions based on the new Intel Xeon processor E5 family deliver the best combination of performance, built-in capabilities, and cost-effectiveness to make data centers more flexible and efficient. From virtualization and cloud computing solutions to design automation or real-time financial transactions, you’ll be delighted by better than ever performance no matter what tasks you face.
Your investment in industry standard technology from Intel combined with innovative solutions from partners help future-proof your data center with infrastructure that grows with your business.
Today’s private clouds enable greater business agility and efficiency by delivering innovative and scalable services that drive value back into the organizations they serve. Building and managing these services require systems that scale to meet your ever changing needs, while delivering solutions to the challenges IT managers face every day. Server and storage platforms based on the Intel Xeon processor E5 family are built to be at the heart of today’s data centers and enable powerful, versatile private cloud solutions.
The Intel Xeon processor E5 family support key cloud requirements that make your data center agile and more responsive to changing business needs. Maintaining industry leadership for power efficiency and continuing Intel Xeon processor performance advancements, the Intel Xeon processor E5 family gives you additional performance when you need it for single- and multi-threaded applications, including increased floating-point performance for technical computing workloads.
Intel Xeon processor E5-based platforms strengthen data protection with built-in, hardware-based capabilities that encourage pervasive data encryption with a significantly reduced performance tax.2 Plus, to enhance cloud security and simplify migrations, you can pool resources and establish a hardware "root of trust" that enables dynamic migration of VMs from one trusted pool to another.3
These platforms also raise the bar for I/O efficiency. The new Intel Xeon processor E5 family supports Intel Integrated I/O which reduces network and storage latency associated with virtualized workloads, and supports the latest PCI Express* 3.0 specification to handle bandwidth-hungry applications.4
Intel gives you more built-in power management optimization capabilities. Intel Power Tuning technology and Intel Intelligent Power Technology help optimize efficiency and reduce costs by allocating and dynamically balancing power at the rack, row, and data center level.
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