SUSE, formerly Novell, and Intel have a decades-long history of collaboration that helps ensure ongoing leadership. Engineering teams at the two companies regularly work on-site at one another’s locations to co-optimize their software and hardware products. The result is a continuously evolving trajectory of increasing performance, flexibility, and reliability, with SUSE* Linux* Enterprise optimized for each generation of Intel® processor platforms for both PCs and servers.
SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 Service Pack 2 Released
This latest update to the industry’s most interoperable platform for mission-critical computing offers improved performance, reliability and efficiency, while maintaining enterprise quality and application compatibility..
Intel and SUSE: Doing More with Less in the Data Center
Pairing the Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family with SUSE Linux* Enterprise Server 11 SP2 delivers a high-performance and cost-effective way to help meet the IT demands that stretch resources every day.
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Data Sheet
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is a highly reliable, scalable and secure server operating system, built to power mission-critical workloads in physical, virtual and cloud-based environments. With this interoperable, manageable and affordable open source foundation, you can cost-effectively deliver core business services, enable secure networks and simplify heterogeneous infrastructure, maximizing efficiency and value.
Improve Data Center Efficiency with Enterprise Linux Servers
You need a server platform that can do it all, and do it well. SUSE has a solution and it’s built on SUSE® Linux Enterprise—the most interoperable platform for mission-critical computing across physical, virtual and cloud environments.
Migrating from Solaris to SUSE Linux Enterprise Servers
No matter what your reasons may be, now is a good time to make the move from Solaris* to SUSE® Linux Enterprise Server.
Mission-Critical Platform Innovation from Intel and SUSE
The latest engineering collaboration between Intel and SUSE introduces breakthroughs in innovation, value, and optimization of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 for the Intel Xeon processor E7 family.
Intel® Cloud Builder Guide to Cloud Design and Deployment on Intel Platforms for Novell Cloud Manager
This reference architecture is a detailed how-to guide for deploying and managing high-density clusters of VMs built on VMware ESX* or Xen* using Novell Cloud Manager.
Intel and Novell Technology Marketing Brief
Intel and Novell are building intelligent IT for the future, based on standards-based solutions for the enterprise.
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP1
Frank Rego, Senior Product Manager at Novell, discusses how SUSE* Linux* Enterprise 11 Service Pack 1 (SP1) running on Intel® architecture platforms delivers the industry's broadest virtualization capabilities, powerful advances in high availability clustering, and more flexible maintenance and support options.
Novell and Intel: The Next Chapter of Co-Innovation
Carlos Montero-Luque, VP of Business and Product Management, Open Platform Solutions (Linux), Novell, reveals some of the results of co-engineering by Novell and Intel on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 and the Intel Xeon processor 7500 series and 5600 series.
Novell and Intel Move Virtualization Forward with Open-Source
Novell and Intel collaborate in open standards and open-source projects such as the Linux* kernel and the Xen* hypervisor, moving virtualization forward. Non-proprietary architecture helps customers avoid vendor lock-in, lowering costs.
Open Source at SUSE
Learn more about SUSE’s (formally Novell) leadership and contributions to the open-source community