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Hardware Upgrades Give Designers FlexibilityFew things change as quickly as a computer industry, and that makes life difficult for engineers, programmers, and their managers. How do you keep up with the ever-changing demands of the market, while also leveraging the constantly evolving technology supplied by chip, software, and board suppliers? How do you marry new technology to new market requirements?Fortunately, a well-thought-out strategy from Intel can make that process a whole lot smoother. Intel offers a wide range of microprocessors (as well as related silicon and software technology) that are designed to scale from small to large systems, with plenty of steps in between. The Intel® architecture reduces the chances of having a “do over” or being caught in a technological dead end. Multiple product generations can now build upon their predecessors instead of simply replacing them.Read the full Hardware Upgrades Give Designers Flexibility White Paper.
Explores Intel® Virtualization Technology, how it works, and common virtualization techniques.
Discusses virtualization advances in hardware, technology, and platform consolidation.
Explains virtualization fundamentals, business impact, industry factors, model comparisons, and more.
Demonstrates how to use open source hypervisor, Xen* 3.0, and CentOS* 5.5. (v.1, Oct. 2010)
Demonstrates attachment of strain gauges to measure manufacturing board flexure. (v.1, Jan. 2011)
Demos setup, software, oscilloscope settings, and power delivery assessments. (v.001, Mar. 2010)