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.Vista completa >
Video: The COSMOS Consortium at the University of Cambridge uses a supercomputer powered by the Intel® Xeon® processor 7500 series.
Fluent Trade Technologies accelerates low-latency trades, big data analytics, and optimizes its data center on the Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family.
Fluent Trade Technologies chose the Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family to accelerate its high-speed trading platform, reducing parsing low latency by up to 90 percent, increasing big data analytics, and improving energy efficiency.
White Paper: Intel IT deploys mobile PCs, enterprise servers, and an advanced wireless network to increase productivity and build strong global teams.
To enable a collaborative environment that helps to increase employee productivity and build stronger global teams, Intel IT is deploying high-performance mobile PCs, enterprise servers, and an advanced wireless network.
White Paper: Intel IT considers dynamic virtual client (DVC) technology, where users access applications and information from any device, anytime.
Intel IT is investigating a model where users can access their applications and information from any device, anywhere, anytime.
Dell PowerEdge* with Intel® Xeon® processors supports database, enterprise and customer resources, virtualization, and intelligence applications.
Successful companies turn to Dell PowerEdge* Servers featuring Intel® Xeon® processors to support their mission-critical workloads, including enterprise resource planning, customer resource management, and business intelligence applications.
Desktop virtualization comparison from Intel: Compare top ISVs’ answers to common IT questions about their solutions.
Desktop virtualization comparison from Intel. This document enables you to compare top ISVs’ answers to common IT questions about their solutions.
Standardizing our virtualized environment for business computing has resulted in lower costs, increased agility, and lower energy consumption.
We standardized our virtualization infrastructure and measured return on investment. Benefits include automated deployment, faster recovery, increased server consolidation ratio, lower costs, increased agility, and reduced energy consumption.
Matt Bodin shows how Intel® vPro™ technology is used to remotely upgrade SSD software, an OS, and reset an encryption password.