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Servers based on the Intel® Xeon® processor E7 v2 family provide superior performance, world-class reliability and uptime, and scalability.
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Video reporting key findings of cloud security issues research; survey of IT managers to provide IT managers with insights into cloud security issues.
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Andy Butler from Gartner and Boyd Davis from Intel discussed servers, storage, and networking in the cloud in this virtual event.
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Virginia Bioinformatics Institute researchers combine computer science, biology, and medicine to advance disease treatment and prevention.