Helping CSP’s Meet Customer Demands Through Cloud Innovation – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 655

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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: William Bell, Executive VP of Product at Cloud Service Provider phoenixNAP, discusses how cloud infrastructure is changing and how his team approaches meeting customer needs.

Today’s IaaS product offerings need to offer customers the freedom to leverage the right infrastructure for specific workloads. Customers are requiring infrastructure optimizations that support specific applications and are looking for the latest technology to improve performance while remaining cost-effective.

phoenixNAP works with end-users to help ensure their specific workloads and applications are running on the best infrastructure possible. Partnering with Intel, phoenixNAP can offer their customers the latest cloud innovations such as Intel Optane DC Persistent Memory, Intel Deep Learning Boost and Intel Advanced Vector Extensions 512 ensuring their customers gain optimal performance in the cloud.

Bell discusses how phoenixNAP end-customer, Panzura, improved their elastic search capabilities through advances offered within the IaaS powered by 2nd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors. For more information on their IaaS platform visit

To learn more about how Intel is helping CSP’s increase performance and lower TCO visit

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