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Evènement Cloud Computing 01 – Intel du 9/12/10
US computer chip giant Intel said Monday that it has completed its $7.68 billion acquisition of computer security firm McAfee. Intel said that with the completion of the deal, McAfee becomes a wholly owned subsidiary of Intel. McAfee will continue to sell security products and services under its own brand. The Santa Clara, California-based Intel,… Continue reading Intel completes McAfee acquisition
New Technology Aims to Speed Up Cloud Adoption, Lower Costs and Environmental Impact Intel Corporation took a further step today to simplify the data center by introducing a free new technology that enables all data center traffic to run over a single cable using the Intel® 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10 GbE) Server Adapter X520 family.… Continue reading Intel Simplifies the Data Center, Speeds Up Cloud Adoption
SAN FRANCISCO: US computer chip giant Intel posted its best earnings ever in 2010 as businesses beefed up data centers to handle services increasingly shifting to the Internet “cloud.” Intel said it took in a net profit of $11.7 billion for the year on revenue of $43.6 billion, a 167 percent jump from the profit… Continue reading Intel earnings soar with rise of cloud computing
Intel announced today that it has selected Joyent, a leading global provider of cloud computing solutions, to participate in Intel® Cloud Builders, which publishes best practices, hardware blueprints and software architectures on how to deploy cloud infrastructures.
Wind River, a world leader in embedded and mobile software, introduced a new version of Wind River Hypervisor, a real-time, embedded hypervisor for virtualization, which adds support for Freescale QorIQ P2 and P4 platform series and Intel(R) Xeon(R) processor 5600 series.
This is a how-to guide on installing additional drivers for network adapters for which vmware ESXi may not install drivers during installation. During our initial setup of the new Dell PowerEdge R710 servers, we ran into issue where ESXi 4.0 U1 did not detect the 2 Intel Gigabit Quad Port ET NICs that the each server came with.