Intel® Xeon® Processor 5500 Series Delivers the Power to Succeed for DreamWorks, NetBenefit, and University of Michigan Medical School

itc_video_dreamworks_xeon_carousel_preview.jpgPower. It may be a small word, but it plays a huge role in the success of organizations as diverse as DreamWorks, NetBenefit, and the University of Michigan Medical School. For the IT processing power their sophisticated applications demand, all three have turned to Intel® Xeon® processor 5500 series.

DreamWorks, the studio behind popular movies like How to Train Your Dragon, needed power to push creative boundaries and lure viewers into the movie-going experience. It got what it needed with Intel Xeon processor 5500 series. To see how, watch our new DreamWorks video here.

Hosting provider NetBenefit wanted to offer its customers a more competitive and flexible service that could help cut costs, reduce power consumption, and simplify management. It worked with Microsoft, Dell, and Intel to deliver the new service based on Intel Xeon processor 5500 series. For details, read our new NetBenefit business success story here.

And at University of Michigan Medical School, researchers are working to uncoil the secrets of protein folding. A high-performance computing (HPC) cluster based on Intel Xeon processor 5500 series helps make it possible. To learn more, read our new University of Michigan business success story here.

What does power mean to you? To see more examples,  you can find all these success stories, and many more, in the Reference Room and IT Center.