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First the Tick, Now the Tock: Next Generation Intel Microarchitecture - Nehalem

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Case study: How to avoid hardware rips and re-writing essential code

Replacing existing hardware and starting from scratch is a worst case scenario for most IT organizations, and can take a sizable chunk out of budgets and man-hours. When faced with such an ultimatum, Fidelity – a leading title insurance provider – sought a way to keep their mission-critical hardware going without having to start over.

Find out how cross-platform virtualization software gave Fidelity the tools needed to keep their legacy hardware running smoothly, dodging the risk of hardware failure, or an arguably worse fate – having to re-write and re-configure millions of lines of code.  

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