Data Center SSDs for Your Most Challenging Workloads
Create new possibilities for your business. High-performance SSDs with NVMe*, shrink your data center footprint and declutter your infrastructure, reducing costs and enabling efficiencies via software-defined infrastructure—all while tackling your most data-intensive workloads.
See how an SDM implementation with Intel NVM provides performance, flexibility, and scale at a reasonable cost.
Get maximized Oracle* database performance with critical database workloads that require a high volume of transactions.
See how a leading German research center is using Intel® technologies to control and analyze a complete genome sequence.
CenturyLink* Cloud, powered by Intel® Cloud Technology and using Intel® SSDs, offers a cost-effective, high-performing data management application.
Intel® SSDs with NVMe* provide significant scaling benefits for MongoDB* deployments and other NoSQL databases.
A simplified, cost-effective way to deploy Microsoft Exchange using a hyperconverged storage solution from Maxta and Intel.
Nutanix uses Intel® SSDs with NVMe* to converge compute and storage into virtualized environments in an integrated appliance.
Zettar* testing proves Intel® SSD DC P3700 Series provides high-speed performance under strenuous use.
Intel Drives the Ecosystem Forward with NVMe*
Our customers speak loud and clear about the way the Intel® Solid State Drive Data Center Family for PCIe* with NVMe* contributes to accelerated business performance.
Made for High-Performance Computing
“Intel® Solid State Drives are an outstanding solution for our high-performance computing customers running high-density, high-speed data applications, and workflows.” —Cray
Extremely Low Latency
“Intel PCIe* SSD…their latency is extremely low. Intel® Cache Acceleration Software (Intel® CAS) with hint feature is a good potential solution to accelerate photo sharing on CEPH for Flickr*.” –Ruiping Sun, Principal Architect, Yahoo
“Specs on the #EMCWorld VSAN Intel all-flash cluster. No Slouch…”–Chuck Hollis, Chief Strategist for Storage and Availability, VMWare