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ALSO CALLED: MTU
DEFINITION: A building with multiple offices or apartments. MTUs are more economical to target for installing DSL and other broadband links than single-occupancy offices or houses.
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Enterprise-Ready Scale-Out with Data ONTAP 8 Cluster-Mode
sponsored by NetApp
WHITE PAPER: This paper introduces an emerging unified scale-out solution purpose-built to provide an adaptable, always-on storage infrastructure for virtualized environments. Read on to learn what this approach to scale-out could mean for your company and its data.
Posted: 06 Sep 2012 | Published: 06 Sep 2012

NetApp

Evolution of Integrity Checking with Intel® Trusted Execution Technology: an Intel IT Perspective
sponsored by Intel
WHITE PAPER: As part of an effort to address security concerns, Intel IT evaluated Intel® Trusted Execution Technology (Intel® TXT), a new security technology in Intel® processors. Intel TXT is a foundation technology that can be applied to enhance security in multiple usage models. Read this white paper to learn more.
Posted: 02 May 2011 | Published: 25 Mar 2011

Intel

Intel® Cloud Builders Guide: Cloud Design and Deployment on Intel® Platforms - Unified Networking with Cisco* Virtualized Multi-Tenant Data Center*
sponsored by Intel
WHITE PAPER: The Intel Cloud Builders program provides a starting point as it supplies a basic hardware blueprint and available cloud software management solutions such as the Cisco* Virtualized Multi-Tenant Data Center (VMDC). The paper focuses on the design of converged fabrics to meet the needs of the multi-tenant, cloud data center.
Posted: 24 Mar 2011 | Published: 24 Mar 2011

Intel

Designing Secure Multi-Tenancy into Virtualized Data Centers
sponsored by Continental Resources
WHITE PAPER: Today’s traditional IT model suffers from resources located in different, unrelated silos—leading to low utilization and gross inefficiency. Enterprise servers reside in one area of the data center and network switches and storage arrays in another. This document describes the design of - and the rationale behind - the Secure Cloud Architecture.
Posted: 02 Apr 2010 | Published: 02 Apr 2010

Continental Resources
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