Refreshing IT Infrastructure with the Xeon Processor 5500 Series
sponsored by Intel Corporation
Premiered:  11 May 2009
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:
Today's organizations are being forced to meet a set of data-demanding enterprise requirements, however these demands take a toll on the IT infrastructure. In this Videocast, learn what key points an organization looks at when thinking about a technology refresh. Gain insight into the value proposition of refreshing IT infrastructure with the Xeon Processor 5500 series and how it is essential for meeting performance, reliability and flexibility requirements.

Explore the distinct benefits including:

  • Improved business performance
  • Reduced latency and response time
  • Increased economic and green efficiency
  • And More
Speaker

Greg Schulz
Founder ,  The Server and StorageIO Group

Greg Schulz is founder of the independent IT industry advisory and consultancy firm The Server and StorageIO Group (StorageIO). At StorageIO Schulz spends most of his time providing real-world advisory, analyst and custom confidential consultancy services to clients ranging from small to Fortune 100 organizations on a global basis. He has more than 30 years of experience across applications, archive, backup, BC and DR, performance and capacity planning, cloud and virtualization.



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