Intel® ONP for Servers is designed to make it easier to test and deploy SDN and NFV solutions.
Transform networks to an open, flexible, and high-performance infrastructure with the Intel® Open Network Platform Server Reference Design, enabling SDN and NFV for easy deployment, scaling, and managing of evolving service demands.Vollständige Ansicht >
Gain SDN and NFV benefits on open, flexible, and high-performance infrastructure with Intel® Open Network Platform Server Reference Design.
Intel Enterprise Edition for Lustre software provides a parallel file system that delivers massive scalability in performance and storage capacity.
With the release of Intel Enterprise Edition for Lustre software, Intel provides enterprise customers with a commercial-grade version of Lustre optimized to address key storage and data throughput challenges of HPC-class computing in business.
Created with industry partners, the Intel® Open Network Platform for servers offers reference architecture for realizing SDN and NFV benefits.
Ease solution development and accelerate software-defined networking and network functions virtualization adoption with the Intel® Open Network Platform Server reference design based on open-source software from community projects and Intel.
Intel® System Management Software is a set of management applications to view and control hardware and software across a network.
Intel® System Management Software: Intel® Active System Console, and Intel® SNMP Subagent.
DownUnder GeoSolutions deploys Lustre* for seismic data processing in the oil and gas industry.
DownUnder GeoSolutions is a geosciences company that uses a cluster of Lustre-powered servers to process seismic data efficiently allowing visualization of an interpretation of the underlying geology.
Infrastructure scalability is costly and deployment is slow; see how software-defined infrastructure boosts agility and cost-effectiveness.
Explore the three catalysts—Software-Defined Networking (SDN), Network Function Virtualization (NFV), and Software-Defined Storage (SDS)—that make the Software-Defined Infrastructure (SDI) more agile and cost-effective.