The Intel/Red Hat relationship spans more than 10 years and is a great example of how these two companies are helping transform the industry. Intel and Red Hat’s engineering collaboration relationship has positioned them as leaders in the open source software ecosystem.
Jim Totton, Vice President and General Manager of the Platform Business Unit at Red Hat Inc., talks about our collaboration over the years in this video, where he discusses how the combination of Intel servers and Red Hat enterprise Linux software is enabling the next generation of agile data centers—physical, virtual and cloud.
The Intel® Xeon® Processor E5 2600 v2 Product Family is the next important innovation solution Intel is bringing to the market; with improved memory architecture, caching advancements, increased memory bandwidth and lower power consumption. What makes the Intel Xeon Processor E5 2600 v2 Family so compelling is that the processor can automatically move into lower power states, depending on workload requirements, enabling an agile data center with optimized performance and improved energy efficiency.
Jim talks about those benefits, and illustrates how Red Hat’s enterprise operating system takes advantage of the hardware innovations found in Intel® Xeon® processors, which ultimately translates into value for organizations and their data center managers.
Check out Jim’s video! And visit http://intel.ly/11A5aF2 to learn about the latest technology advancements in Intel® architecture and Intel® technologies.