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What is Desktop Virtualization?
Discusses desktop virtualization compute models using the Intel® Core™ vPro™ processor family. (2:47)
Intel® VT for Connectivity: I/O Virtualization
VMDq and SR-IOV-enabled network controllers optimize I/O for data center performance and efficiency.
Geotrace Video: Oceangoing Multi-Core
Geotrace Technologies uses Intel® Xeon® processors to power onboard processing center in search of oil. (1:50)
Baidu.com: Competitive Edge
Chinese search engine provider Baidu.com/Competitive Advantage uses Intel® Xeon® processor 5500 series, improving performance . (1:20)
A Healthy Change for Humana
Humana refreshes data center with Intel® Xeon® processors, increasing performance, energy efficiency. (1:51)
IT Desktop Virtualization
Simplified IT management and user flexibility (6:42)
IT Cloud Computing Roadmap
Intel IT discusses private enterprise cloud computing design, roadmap, and implementation. (4:30)
Why Greater Performance Per Core Matters for Server...
Illustrates how higher performance cores provide significant advantages over lower performance cores.
Intel® Technology: 3 Use Cases
Intel® vPro™ technology is used to remotely upgrade SSD software and reset an encryption password. (3:30)
Discussing Virtualization: Technology Consideration
Intel IT shares technology considerations for developing virtualization strategy, pt. 2 of 3. (5:12)
Discussing Virtualization: Intel's Role
Intel’s role in developing virtualization, pt. 3 of 3. (6:31)
Telefonica Video: Realizing Virtualization
Telefonica markets new virtual hosting service first with the Intel® Xeon® processor 7100 series. (3:20)
Intel® Core™ vPro™: Virtual Computer
NxTop*, Virtual Computer, 2nd generation Intel® Core™ vPro™ processors work to deliver desktop virtualization solution. (2:54)
Discussing Virtualization: Usage Models
Covers current and future usage models and its benefits, pt. 1 of 3. (5:52)
Wake Forest Video: Healthy Data Center
Wake Forest uses Intel® architecture to save on hardware acquisition costs and increase IT agility. (2:18)