Business Desktop PCs with Intel vPro technology provide down-the-wire proactive security and manageability capabilities for your every business needs'-even when the user's environment is inoperable.
Recent reports expose the monumental growth rate of data volumes. With increasing data volumes comes a need for computational power to absorb and analyze all this data in an attempt to gain a competitive edge. This paper attempts to shed some light on the decision process for selecting a specialty analytic server in today's business environments.
Whether you've got data-demanding applications, are deploying a private cloud, or are using virtualization to consolidate your data center or develop a robust data recovery plan, the Intel® Xeon® processor 7500 series, with Next-Generation Intel® Microarchitecture (Nehalem), expands server capabilities with world-record-breaking performance.
Read this white paper to learn how Intel® Core Microarchitecture incorporates new and significant innovations designed to optimize the power, performance, and scalability of microprocessors.
Based on its evaluation of the virtualization capabilities in PCs with Intel® vPro technology, Atos Origin is planning to add this new technology to the next version of the Atos Workplace solution.
The evaluation showed that EDS could use a dedicated software application, or "virtual appliance," to update software applications, remediate PCs, and restore data for a user OS that had become inoperative.
John Davies, Technical Director, IONA and Gil Tene, CTO & co-founder of Azul Systems, discusses how Azul Compute Appliances solves scalability and performance problems in organizations due to their business critical Java applications.
Posted: 02 Aug 2007 | Premiered: Aug 2, 2007, 09:00 EDT (13:00 GMT)
Virtualization requires the consideration of two factors: how many virtual machines a single server can run and what level of performance these VMs can provide. This study compares and contrasts the performance of two generations of PowerEdge servers.
This white paper reviews how the 45nm next-generation Intel® Core2 and Intel® Xeon® processor families will deliver architectural features and advancements to help make software run faster and improve energy efficiency.