SUSE and Intel are working closely together to offer customers solutions and innovations for the data center of the future.
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Open source has transformed the computing landscape. It is changing economic models and creating new enterprise dynamics. In this changing world, the stability of Intel and SUSE innovation is rock solid. This strategic alliance stretches back for decades, with Intel Xeon processors and SUSE Linux Enterprise bringing out the excellence in each other with joint enablement of hardware and software innovation technologies. And it continues with performance and innovation for the future data center including OpenStack software, a proven, viable solution for the production of private cloud environments.
SUSE and Intel have a joint commitment to identify the requirements of the data center and to work on new data center technologies to drive innovation. SUSE has a long history as the foundation for networking solutions for some of the world's largest telecommunications companies, and SUSE solutions like SUSE OpenStack Cloud provide a reliable, open foundation for today's NFV (Network Functions Virtualization) and SDN (Software Defined Networking) technologies:
"For close to two decades, Intel and SUSE have worked closely to offer reliable, efficient and high-performance solutions for mission-critical applications powered by Intel Xeon processors. Intel has worked with SUSE via its partner Linux driver program SUSE SolidDriver to ensure customers can easily take advantage of the latest innovations from Intel."
-Mauri Whalen, Intel vice president, Software and Services Group, and director of core system software in the Open Source Technology Center
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When it's time to deploy a reliable and future-proven business-critical environment, Intel and SUSE are the partners to work with.
Customer testimonials illustrate how SUSE and Intel have helped them meet and exceed business goals:
"Intel's extensive open-source contributions help improve the performance, stability and efficiency of Linux, and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 Service Pack 2 takes advantage of those advancements. End-customers receive a rock-solid foundation to cost-effectively manage their most demanding data center requirements."
Vice President, Intel Software and Service Group and General Manager, System Software Division