Wednesday, July 25, 2012
11:00 AM PT/ 2:00 PM ET
Cloud computing, virtualization and the explosion of mobile devices create specific demands that servers from just a few years ago struggle to meet. In that light, server refresh becomes a tremendous opportunity to boost performance and increase efficiency. That's because the newest servers are designed from the ground up to address these next-generation challenges, allowing the machines to handle more, with less required support.
Join us for an in-depth look at how the capabilities built into next-generation servers meet the exacting demands of enterprise computing today, while ensuring the flexibility to adapt to the next wave of IT challenges, whatever they may be.
- The key role of memory and internal storage in high-density virtualization
- How to run more workloads and more virtual machines
- The secret to achieving faster data access
- How to preserve network adaptability, ensuring smooth migrations between 1 and 10 Gigabit Ethernet
- Which built-in characteristics and options speed data access by increasing I/O capacity
Register today for this interactive discussion of how the latest advanced in server technology enable the IT optimization that business demands.
Lawrence Grafton, PowerEdge Server Brand Manager, Dell Inc.
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With over 20 years of IT experience, Lawrence is currently the PowerEdge Server Brand Manager for Corporate Accounts. He started his career in the Military Intelligence Corps and continued in civilian life in the security industry. For the better part of the last decade, Lawrence has held a variety of positions within the sales, training, and marketing organizations at Dell. During that time, he has worked with some of Dell's largest customers in the financial, manufacturing, and entertainment industries, trained hundreds of sales professionals, and developed numerous marketing campaigns. Lawrence is also the co-founder of DellTV, an innovative new communications platform. In his spare time, Lawrence is a Grammy-award winning sound engineer with six college degrees to his credit.
Drew Peterson, Datacenter marketing manager, Intel, Inc.
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Drew Peterson is a datacenter marketing manager at Intel, responsible for delivering datacenter solutions to market. Drew has been with Intel for over 15 years, holding a variety of data center roles including system engineer, solution architect, software engineer and microprocessor designer. Drew has a degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Illinois.
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