All throughout the world you will find that some of the most innovative and impactful things have incredibly small beginnings. For example the giant sequoia, which grows to be the largest tree species in the world, starts as a tiny seed no longer than a grain of rice. All of the complex genetic makeup and intelligence that is needed to grow a massive living organism more than 250 feet tall is contained in a tiny footprint that can fit onto the tip of your finger. A small seed, like the giant sequoia, can provide the foundation for something that grows to massive heights and impacts the entire planet.
In the spirit of the giant sequoia seed, the Intel Xeon Processor D-1500 Product Family brings great intelligence in an extremely small footprint, enabling you to harness the incredible performance of Intel Xeon processors within a small, low power package that will help drive the transformation of the massive digital services economy and data center innovation.
Intel believes that everyone contains great potential, even though we as individuals represent only a small footprint on the face of the planet. To celebrate the opportunity we all have to start with something small and impact great things, Intel will provide the funds to plant one of worldâ€™s largest species. Each time someone Tweets #XeonDTreePromo, Intel will donate $1.00 to the Penny Pines Reforestation Program in the Sequoia National Forest to fund the planting of a giant sequoia tree. So that we all can all harness the great intelligence and innovation contained in the tiny footprint of a sequoia seed and help make the world a better place together.
Intel will donate $1.00 to The Penny Pines Reforestation Program for every instance that the phrase #XeonDTreePromo is Tweeted in an English language post, starting at 9:00 a.m. PST March 9, 2015 and ending 9:00 p.m. PST March 14, 2015, with the total possible donation limited to no more than $10,000. The funds donated to The Penny Pines Reforestation Program run through the Sequoia National Forest may be used to plant Sequoia seedlings, for general reforestation, or drawn upon as improvement projects are determined by resource managers within the program.