In this week's Computer Weekly, we reveal the 50 most influential people in UK IT for 2022, and talk to the winner of the 12th annual UKtech50, National Cyber Security Centre CEO Lindy Cameron. Also, we take an in-depth look at the crisis in chip supply and what's needed to solve it. Read the issue now.
Oracle E-Business Suite is critical to 90-95% of EMC’s business functions. The solution VMware® Infrastructure and Intel® Xeon® processor based servers create a reliable and highly available platform for the Oracle E-Business Suite. Read this case study to learn more about the features and business benefits of EMC's new virtual platform.
This paper will provide a brief background on instruction set architecture (ISA) and review new instructions, including SSE4 vectoring compiler and media accelerators, SSE4 efficient accelerated string and text processing, and Application T...
View this E-Book to discover why Oracle's SPARC T3 servers represent the next wave of innovation for mission-critical computing and are a logical next step for dealing with today’s most critical data center challenges.
To support the execution of multiple workloads without starving applications of vital compute resources, a virtualization platform needs to offer high compute performance, a large memory footprint, and superior I/O expansion capabilities. Read on to learn how Oracle’s Sun Fire X4470 server is an ideal mission-critical virtualization platform.
This white paper provides an architectural overview and configuration guidelines for deploying Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Business Intelligence and Data Warehouse technologies on Dell PowerEdge servers with Dell PowerVault storage.
Many IT organizations are interested in virtualizing their business-critical applications but want to be absolutely certain they can deliver the same or better performance, scalability and availability in a virtualized environment. In the vast majority of cases they can. Read this paper to learn about VMware and Intel solutions.
View our Launch Webcast to learn more about Oracle's new comprehensive line of powerful x86 systems ranging from blades and rackmount servers to networking systems based on Intel's Xeon 5600 and 7500 processors.