Intel® Server Products for Cloud

    Intel® Server Products for Cloud

    Simplifying Access to Software-Defined Infrastructure (SDI) Solutions

    Product Overview Benefits Resources



    Research shows that 80% of workloads will run on cloud architecture by 2024.¹ To successfully navigate the transition to private cloud, customers need a software-defined infrastructure (SDI) that is automated, resilient, and extensible.

    Intel is working to make it easier for resellers to meet customer needs and gain access to the SDI market with Intel® Server Products for Cloud. These fully-validated, pre-configured server systems feature:

    • Intel® Server Boards and Chassis
    • Intel® Xeon® processor E5 v4 family
    • Intel® Solid State Drives
    • Third-party memory
    • ISV software certifications

    Reseller Benefits

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    New Market Opportunity

    Speed Time to Market

    Drive Innovation

    Intel Quality & Reliability

    Pre-certified systems increase SDI market access.

    Save time and money on system design, validation, and integration.

    Focus R&D resources on value-add and differentiation.

    Backed by Intel’s world-class validation, engineering and warranty.

    Intel® Server Products for Cloud – VMware VSAN* Ready Node


    Intel and VMware are helping accelerate adoption of SDI with VSAN Ready Nodes from Intel.

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    Resources for Software-Defined Infrastructure

    Intel® Cloud for All: SDI

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    Learn how Software-Defined Infrastructure can accelerate the transition to a cloud-optimized infrastructure.

    Learn more >

    Whitepaper: How SDI is Evolving at Intel

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    Learn how Intel is transforming our data centers with Software-Defined Infrastructure.

    Download whitepaper >

    1 Source: Intel and Bain Analysis 2016.