Illustrates how higher performance cores provide significant advantages over lower performance cores, including operating costs and VM space.
Illustrates how higher performance cores provide significant advantages over lower performance cores, including operating costs and VM space.Full View >
Sample Digital eliminates DVDs and transportation costs by digital distributing HD using Intel® Xeon® processors.
Hear how Intel IT is developing desktop virtualization to give IT more control and give users greater flexibility.
Podcast talks with Ed Jimison about Intel desktop virtualization technology: moving toward a "user-centric" model and away from a "device-centric" model, managing applications and services at the end points, and its associated challenges.Full View >
Citrix describes how to build a cloud solution to enable on-demand instant compute resources from a private cloud with Intel® Xeon® processors.
Citrix describes a solution for system administrators to move applications to the cloud seamlessly with minimum manual effort.Full View >
HyTrust builds a cloud computing solution that ensures security from the lowest layers of the stack utilizing Trusted Compute Pools with VMware.
HyTrust, VMware, and Intel discuss how to enhance security from the bottom of the stack up utilizing Trusted Compute Pools, Intel® Trusted Execution Technology and the HyTrust Appliance*.Full View >
Parallels discusses how to build a secure cloud utilizing Intel® Trusted Execution Technology for Trusted Compute Pools.
Parallels and Intel discuss the challenges in building a cloud platform from the ground up that is secure and how you can achieve this with Parallels and Intel® Trusted Execution Technology.Full View >
University of Leiden’s theoretical chemistry department uses Intel® Xeon® processors to model complex problems.
Redondo Beach Unified School District uses Intel® Xeon® processors to cost-effectively virtualize servers for administrative needs.
New York City Department of Education uses virtual desktop software to improve the quality of its instructional videos.
Ethernet controllers with single-root I/O virtualization bypass CPU when moving data to and from a virtual machine dedicated for I/O.
Intel’s Patrick Kutch discusses Ethernet controllers, focusing on how single-root I/O virtualization bypasses the central processing unit when moving data to and from a virtual machine dedicated for I/O.Full View >