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Cloud Technology Delivers Quality Taxi Services: Case Study

Case Study: Taiwan Taxi uses cloud computing systems powered by Intel® Xeon® processors to ensure overall efficiency of IT systems.

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Developing a Virtualized Cloud Storage Platform

Case Study: Hosting provider Strato boosts its HiDrive* cloud on an Intel®-based virtualized platform for a scalable option to proprietary storage.

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Redapt Cloud* Trims Costs with Intel® Xeon® Processors

Solution Brief: Redapt Cloud* with Intel® Xeon® processors distributes workload for SHFL entertainment’s online games, reducing costs by 35 percent.

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iStreamPlanet* Delivers with Intel® Xeon® Processor E5 Family

Case Study: iStreamPlanet* serves clients with faster performance using Intel® technologies including Intel® Xeon® processor E5-based servers.

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Intel® AES New Instructions Demo

Video: Intel® AES-NI offers new instructions that speed up enterprise encryption and offer better performance, security, and more.

Open Data Center Alliance: Usage Model Requirements

Video highlights Open Data Center Alliance's initial publication delivery of eight usage model requirements for cloud. Alliance leaders are featured.

Cloud Security Planning Guide Infographic

Get practical information to help integrate security planning into your cloud computing initiatives.

Cloud Computing in Healthcare IT: Healthy Transformation

Study: Intel® technology-based cloud computing transforms healthcare IT, helping providers deliver services more efficiently and affordably.

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Clear Patient Benefits in Healthcare IT: Success Brief

Philips Healthcare’s IntelliSpace Portal* runs on the Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family, improving real-time 3D image rendering, diagnosis, and care.

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Public Cloud vs. Private Cloud vs. Hybrid Cloud

What are the differences between public, private, and hybrid clouds? What can each do, and why are they important?