sponsored by Intel Corporation
Posted:  21 Nov 2008
Published:  21 Nov 2008
Format:  PDF
Length:  12  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:
In this paper Intel IT explores a proof of concept study that examined the viability of abstracting the client operating system from the hardware platform using virtualization. Existing concerns may be resolved as virtualization technology matures. Key developments include hypervisors expected to deliver near-native performance as they begin to take advantage of faster processors with Intel Virtualization Technology. These developments may enable enterprises to reap the benefits of client virtualization, reducing client PC TCO while providing users with a greater choice of platforms and applications.



Authors

Julian Braham
Product Engineer ,  Intel IT

John Dunlop
Enterprise Architect ,  Intel IT

Michael Flores
Senior Human Factors Engineer ,  Intel IT

Efi Kaufman
Product Engineer ,  Intel IT

Daniel Shukrun
Program Manager ,  Intel IT



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Enterprise Systems | Hardware | OEMs | Performance Testing | Productivity | Server Virtualization | TCO | User Experience | VM

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