Thomson Reuters Chooses New Servers With Multi-Core Intel Xeon Processors to Cost-Effectively Meet Growing Demand for Its Westlaw Database Services
With customer usage of its online research services growing rapidly, Thomson Reuters faced the challenge of expanding its IT infrastructure to support an increased demand while also containing costs to maintain profitability. The company had two data centers at its Minnesota headquarters and was already building a third. The Thomson Reuters IT team had long used Intel processor - based servers and knew that Intel had a wealth of experience running large data centers. The company met with Intel IT consultants who shared information on how to design higher-density infrastructures that would enable one to grow cost-effectively.