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Amulet Hotkey chose Dell PowerEdge* servers with the Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family to bring its zero client training technology to the defense sector.Challenges• High performance. Amulet Hotkey needed a server capable of running multiple 3-D battlefield simulations at the same time, and of streaming them to zero client devices in real time• Scalable customization. Amulet Hotkey needed a way to effectively create its customized hardware buildsSolutions• Dell servers. Amulet Hotkey chose Dell PowerEdge, with the Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family• Dell relationship with Amulet. Amulet Hotkey’s relationship with Dell OEM Solutions and Dell’s Configuration Services* enabled Amulet to customize the server to the customer’s requirements and ship with Amulet’s branding and part numbersImpact• Simultaneous simulation. The server can support multiple simulation sessions running at the same time, streamed to zero client devices in the training room
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