• VMWorld08: XEON 7400 Series: Leading Performance with IBM
    VMWorld08: XEON 7400 Series: Leading Performance with IBM
    02:18 | editor | Nov 20th, 2008 |

    Intel’s Xeon 7400-series processor made a solid impact in 2008, with multiple top scores in benchmark surveys and powerful implementations. What does it mean for virtualization performance, especially as the enterprise moves toward virtualizing its most critical applications with a new generation of virtualization technology?

    In this video podcast, IBM’s ...

  • PCI Express 3.0* Intel Chip Chat - Episode 36
    PCI Express 3.0* Intel Chip Chat - Episode 36
    07:18 | editor | Nov 19th, 2008 |

    PCIe 3.0 will double the bandwidth of the previous generation of this I/O interconnect and will improve power management of platforms - from notebooks to new generation servers.

  • Intel and VMware: Virtualization 2.0
    Intel and VMware: Virtualization 2.0
    03:01 | editor | Nov 18th, 2008 |

    At VMWorld 2008, “Virtualization 2.0″ was the talk of the show. Intel’s Andy Fields met up with Dave Martin from VMware to discuss the collaboration between the two companies, and to explain the impacts of the newsmaking Dunnington release on enabling virtualization.

    For more information, expert advice and answers, and the ...

  • Intel and Sun: Business Intelligence Accelerator
    Intel and Sun: Business Intelligence Accelerator
    02:18 | editor | Nov 13th, 2008 |

    Time is money. BI Accelerator speeds database query response times by 10x to 100x. Here, Scott Allen, of the SAP Alliance Team at Intel, talks with Sun Microsystem’s Gilly Clough. Clough is a principal SAP architect, and they discuss the advantages that Intel blades bring to Sun’s offerings around ...

  • Intel's Core i7
    Intel's Core i7
    05:57 | Jason Lopez | Nov 13th, 2008 |

    The Core i7 microprocessor (built on Intel’s Nehalem microarchitecture) represents a major advance in computing to enable chips to handle more data. In this video podcast, Ronak Singhal, a lead architect on Nehalem, says the chip design is an overhaul–the internal core has been changed significantly for added performance, as ...

  • Ubiquitous Internet in the Digital Home - Intel Chip Chat – Episode 35
    Ubiquitous Internet in the Digital Home - Intel Chip Chat – Episode 35
    05:37 | editor | Nov 12th, 2008 |

    Intel enables the right hardware and software development for dedicated solutions in the growing consumer market segments for ubiquitous Internet in the digital home.

  • Radical Rethinking in Chip Design: Intel's Core i7 Ready to Launch
    Radical Rethinking in Chip Design: Intel's Core i7 Ready to Launch
    02:11 | Jason Lopez | Nov 11th, 2008 |

    At Intel’s Jones Farm Campus in Hillsboro, Oregon, the new Core i7 chip is going through the rigors of testing. Stephen Gunther is Power Management Architect at Intel who shows how the new Turbo Mode feature revolutionizes multi-core processor performance, giving the best of both worlds – ...

  • Intel and HP: Rethinking Virtualization
    Intel and HP: Rethinking Virtualization
    02:15 | editor | Nov 11th, 2008 |

    Business are modernizing their SAP landscapes, preparing for ERP6.0 migration. Intel’s Enis Skillern speaks with James G. White, SAP modernization director for HP, about the technologies from the two companies that help enterprises keep costs low while allowing for maximum flexibility and scalability.

    For more information, expert advice and answers, and ...

  • Virtualization 2.0 - Intel Chip Chat - Episode 34
    Virtualization 2.0 - Intel Chip Chat - Episode 34
    05:46 | editor | Nov 6th, 2008 |

    Intel is helping enable the next generation of virtualization usage by allowing IT managers to deliver high availability solutions with the agility to address disaster recovery and real time workload balancing.

    Intel, virtualization, chip chat, disaster recovery, workload balancing

  • Intel & HP Announce World’s Best 4-Socket TPC-C Result
    Intel & HP Announce World’s Best 4-Socket TPC-C Result
    01:21 | editor | Nov 6th, 2008 |

    Intel and HP recently announced the world’s best four-socket TPC-C benchmark result — a showing of 634,000 transactions per minute. HP’s Aaron Spurlock joins Noe Garcia from Intel to discuss the specifics of how the HP Proliant DL580 G5 server with Intel Xeon 7400-series processors stacks up against world-class competition.

    Also, ...

  • IBM Announces World Record TPC-C Result: What Does It Mean for IT Managers?
    IBM Announces World Record TPC-C Result: What Does It Mean for IT Managers?
    02:39 | editor | Nov 4th, 2008 |

    This past Fall, Intel announced that the Xeon 7400-series processors posted record performance results, marking the first time that the industry has seen 1.2 million database transactions per minute on an 8-socket IBM server. It was announced by Intel Executive Vice President Pat Gelsinger at IDF 2008, and it ...

  • Xeon 7400-Series World Record Results
    Xeon 7400-Series World Record Results
    01:45 | editor | Oct 30th, 2008 |

    Intel’s Xeon 7400-series processors posted record performance results, in time for this announcement from Intel Executive Vice President Pat Gelsinger at IDF 2008, in San Francisco. This podcast includes the IDF announcement of those Xeon performance results, which marked the first time the industry has seen 1.2 million database transactions ...

  • Microsoft Virtualization Strategy with Hyper-V
    Microsoft Virtualization Strategy with Hyper-V
    03:35 | editor | Oct 28th, 2008 |

    Microsoft’s hypervisor-based server, “Hyper-V,” is part of the company’s offerings — along with presentation virtualization and application virtualization — aimed at helping companies to take full advantage of virtualization and quad-core technology. The server virtualization product, in conjunction with Intel’s VT hardware-assisted virtualization technology, provides simplified resource management to increase ...

  • 45nm and Beyond, Part 2: What's Next?
    45nm and Beyond, Part 2: What's Next?
    03:22 | editor | Oct 23rd, 2008 |

    Intel’s introduction of 45nm technology last year brought with it new levels of innovation and data center efficiency. With a trend toward bigger servers using virtualization, however, comes a need for increased performance headroom. In this podcast, Intel’s Chris Peters discusses some of the innovations brought by 45nm, as well ...

  • Intel and VMware - World's First Flex Migration Demo
    Intel and VMware - World's First Flex Migration Demo
    02:45 | editor | Oct 21st, 2008 |

    New technologies are helping the enterprise to save time, money and energy, while eliminating downtime. When virtualization meets the data center, the savings can be profound. Intel’s and VMware’s “Flex Migration” allows VMware’s VMotion to take advantage of all the hardware in the data center - from older generations to ...

  • WiMAX: Wireless Goes Truly Mobile
    WiMAX: Wireless Goes Truly Mobile
    04:25 | Jason Lopez | Oct 17th, 2008 |

    It didn’t take long for wireless computing and the mobility it affords to become an accepted part of the landscape of public spaces, offices and homes. But there was still a catch: you couldn’t stay connected outside of the hotspots offered at cafes, airports and hotel lobbies. WiMAX changes all ...

  • Somewhat Frank: WiMAX Reality
    Somewhat Frank: WiMAX Reality
    04:29 | Jason Lopez | Oct 8th, 2008 |

    It’s been awhile since we first began hearing about WiMAX, and it may have sounded impossible at first. Not to Frank Gruber. He says it was inevitable, that it works, and it’s cool.

    Beginning this week, you can think of Baltimore as one big hotspot. The computing potential ...

  • IT Architecture: Plan for Success
    IT Architecture: Plan for Success
    04:07 | Jason Lopez | Sep 19th, 2008 |

    It may seem obvious that planning pays. But for those CIOs and their staffs, managing an IT infrastructure often occurs in an environment where problems are moving targets. Many organizations have little time to plan ahead. But they must. “You’re not going to get there unless you have a ...

  • QuickPath Technology - Intel Chip Chat - Episode 33
    QuickPath Technology - Intel Chip Chat - Episode 33
    05:25 | editor | Sep 18th, 2008 |

    Providing point-to-point high-speed links to distributed shared memory, Intel QuickPath technology unleashes Nehalem’s parallel processing performance.

  • Living La Vida Wireless
    Living La Vida Wireless
    03:02 | Michael Johnson | Sep 16th, 2008 |

    So you’ve gone wireless. Now think about where you can go, and what you can do, now that you’re not tethered to the wall. We ventured out to hot spots in San Francisco, to check out mobility in action, and how its changing the way we, work, live, and play! ...

  • Evaluating Two- and Four-Socket Server Virtualization Platforms
    Evaluating Two- and Four-Socket Server Virtualization Platforms
    02:55 | Paul Lancour | Sep 15th, 2008 |

    In this video we hear from Sudip Chahal, principal engineer with the Intel IT Enterprise Architecture Group, talking about a new white paper from IT@Intel, “Evaluating Two- and Four-Socket Server Virtualization Platforms.” Chahal talks about the proof of concept testing and total cost of ownership analysis conducted in order ...

  • Intel Tick-Tock Strategy - What it Means
    Intel Tick-Tock Strategy - What it Means
    03:19 | editor | Sep 12th, 2008 |

    Driving technology innovation on a reliable and predictable timeline, Intel developed a model designed to deliver ongoing innovation. Referred to as our tick-tock model, Intel has successfully alternated and delivered the next generation of silicon technology as well as new processor microarchitecture year after year.

    Intel CIO Diane Bryant shares ...

  • Isolation of Infected PCs and Remediation with Intel vPro Technology - Part 3 of 3
    Isolation of Infected PCs and Remediation with Intel vPro Technology - Part 3 of 3
    04:33 | Paul Lancour | Sep 12th, 2008 |

    This is the last in a series of three videos from IT@Intel, each featuring Omer Ben-Shalom, Principal Engineer with the Intel’s Information Technology Group. In these videos Omer demonstrates how Intel vPro technology System Defense filtering can be integrated with Security Event Management systems to improve corporate response capabilities to ...

  • Intel IDF Brain Bowl Matched Media and Intel Execs at Opening Night Soiree
    Intel IDF Brain Bowl Matched Media and Intel Execs at Opening Night Soiree
    03:16 | Michael Johnson | Sep 2nd, 2008 |

    At the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco’s Moscone Center, “Brain Bowl” was an opening night celebration where local and international media got to meet Intel execs and compete in the game of hi-tech trivia hosted by KPIX-TV San Francisco anchor John Kessler.

    In this video podcast, you’ll get a taste ...

GolfBalled

JPX EZ Irons Review

Mizuno’s reputation has always been producing some of the best performing irons on market.  Mizuno’s expansion beyond the better players market into the game improvement and Max game improvement markets with the JPX line of irons is a sure fire winner.

As the resident Max Game Improvement tester, I can confidently lead out and say that the JPX EZ irons are easily some of my favorite irons that I have tested. 

SKLZ Mini Bands Review

Everyone always hears the same thing when it comes to a golf swing, fundamentals. Some fundamentals are well known and ingrained into us, some are not so well known or lost in translation. But some core fundamentals are stability and balance. Without a good foundation you will lack consistency.

Callaway X2 Hot Pro Driver Review

Having the ability to test drivers for Club Wars not only gives me an opportunity to swing the newest equipment, but also allows me to see and feel the progression of clubs from generation to generation.  

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