Inside IT: Intel’s Data Center Server Refresh Program

February 18th, 2014 |
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IT Best Practices: Episode 69 – In previous podcasts we’ve examined Intel’s overhaul of its data center strategy, and how Intel IT looks to run its data center service like a factory. One key aspect of that strategy is the data center server refresh program. Shesha Krishnapura is a Senior Principal Engineer at Intel IT. In this podcast, he tells us how a well-conceived and well-executed server refresh program can increase compute power and free up space while maintaining costs.

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