Boosting Data Center Infrastructure Uptime with Memory Failure Prediction

Presented by

Zachary Bobroff, Sr. Director of Product Management, AMI and George Clement Software Application Engineer, Intel

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In today’s data centers, memory failures are among the most critical hardware failures that occur, severely impacting system reliability, availability, and serviceability. While commonly accepted techniques such as error correcting code (ECC) and correctable errors threshold-based predictive failure analysis (PFA) can help overcome these challenges, they have cost and performance implications. Attend this webinar to learn how Intel Memory Failure Prediction on systems with Aptio UEFI BIOS and MegaRAC BMC firmware can significantly optimize performance and reliability of data center infrastructure while reducing total cost of ownership.

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