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Intel, Dell join to strengthen cloud, e-commerce in India

For fast and reliable data access to the cloud, Intel also unveiled new solid state drives (SSDs)

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IANS  |  New Delhi 

The logo of Intel, the world's largest chipmaker is seen at their offices in Jerusalem
The logo of Intel, the world's largest chipmaker is seen at their offices in Jerusalem

The chip-making giant Intel on Tuesday unveiled new processors with "Intel Resource Director Technology", allowing customers to move to fully automated Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI)-based modern clouds with greater visibility, control capability and enhanced security features.

For fast and reliable data access to the cloud, Intel also unveiled new solid state drives (SSDs) optimised for the new Xeon processor E5-2600v4 family, enterprise storage and cloud deployments.

"In India, changing dynamics such as the growing number of mobile consumers and workforces, rise of pervasive analytics and rapid innovation across industries have pressured businesses to move even faster for staying ahead or simply, staying alive," said Srinivas Tadigadapa, director, Intel south Asia, in a statement.

The Intel SSD DC P3320 and P3520 Series are the first Intel SSDs to use one of the highest density 3D NAND technology to provide users with a highly efficient, dense storage solution.

"With integration of Intel Xeon E5 2600v4 processors into our server solutions, we believe that Dell-Intel collaboration will benefit customers seeking an integrated IT approach, offering simple deployment, management and scale as and when needed," added Manish Gupta, head, Dell Enterprise Solutions.

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First Published: Tue, May 17 2016. 15:07 IST
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