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Make the most of your data center with fast processors

11/12/2012 | Data centers |

When it comes to building a data center to manage your company's operations, there are several key steps you need to think about. As well as establishing what operating system you're going to use to manage your activities, you also need to look closely at the hardware you choose.

This could make all the difference when you build your own dedicated server. Get the right balance and you'll have a solution that meets your exact needs. However, if you don't plan carefully for your intended usage, you might find you end up with a server that's underpowered and will soon need an upgrade, or you could be paying over the odds for hardware you'll never need.

Because of the changing nature of the way businesses operate, it's more important than ever for you to have a robust, reliable and scalable solution at the heart of your data center. Recently, it was noted by chipmaker Intel that more and more business applications are being considered as "mission critical" by enterprises, as the IT department becomes an invaluable part of any company.

For example, there's much greater demand than in the past for advanced tools such as business analytics, databases and large-scale enterprise resource planning software. These are all power-hungry applications that demand large amounts of processing power.

In fact, Intel observed: "In a world where businesses are increasingly dependent on IT for their competitive advantage, more and more business applications are rightfully called 'mission critical'. They must be always available, highly responsive and extremely reliable."

Therefore, you need to make sure your servers include the most up-to-date processors that can handle the next generation of enterprise applications. Intel has this month introduced the newest microarchitecture in its Itanium line of processors, the 9500, which it claims is the most powerful ever in this line.

But this is not the only advanced solution from the firm. If you're building a data center using products from, we offer a range of processors from the Core and Xeon brands that should be suitable for any business' usage.

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