White Paper: the Intel® QuickPath Interconnect links stitch together processors in distributed shared memory platform architecture.
The Intel® QuickPath Interconnect is a high-speed, packetized, point-to-point interconnect used in Intel’s next generation of microprocessors. The narrow high-speed links stitch together processors in a distributed shared memory platform architecture.
Intel® QuickPath Interconnect enables high-performance communications in the latest generations of Intel® microarchitecture.
Intel® QuickPath Interconnect is an advanced interconnect technology in the latest generations of Intel® microarchitecture, enabling enhanced performance, scalability, and reliability in multicore processor-based embedded designs.
White Paper: The challenges of migrating ARM* to Intel® microarchitecture are examined through a successful migration by a firm that weighs the benefits of added functionality, increased execution speed, and computational power. (v.1, Nov. 2011)
See how Intel® Rack Scale Architecture works to manage storage servers and deploy storage pooling software, such as EMC ScaleIO, and CoprHD*.
Intel Fellow Mark Bohr discusses the new 14 nm transistor process and how the improved tri-gate fin design enables greater computing experiences.
Intel Fellow Mark Bohr discusses the new 14 nm transistor process and how the tri-gate fins are now taller, thinner, and closer together, enabling more performance, less active power, and longer battery life for greater computing experiences.Full View >
Shatter all the rules and unleash your processor's true potential with 3D XPoint™ technology, which creates fast, inexpensive, and nonvolatile memory.
Intel engineers help shatter all the rules with 3D XPoint™ technology, a simple, stackable, and transistor-less design that creates fast, inexpensive, and nonvolatile storage memory with low latency to unleash your processor's true potential.Full View >
See 3D XPoint™ technology unveiled—a breakthrough in non-volatile storage technology that is cheaper than DRAM and faster than NAND.
See 3D XPoint™ technology unveiled with a brief history of memory technology from the 1960's to now and how this next breakthrough that combines memory and storage in one non-volatile device that is cheaper than DRAM and faster than NAND.Full View >