Network functions virtualization and software-defined networks offer nonproprietary solutions, reducing costs and time to market for new services.
Intel’s Sean Varley discusses network functions virtualization and software-defined networks, which give cloud service providers the flexibility to use off-the-shelf technology, reducing costs and time to market for new services.Full View >
Software-defined networks provide centralized control of virtualized environments, enabling faster deployment of new services and reduced costs.
Intel’s Rene Torres discusses software-defined networks, which provide centralized control of virtualized environments independent of proprietary architecture, enabling faster deployment of new services, reduced costs, and ease of automation.Full View >
Demo highlighting the scalability of multi-core Atom products reveals how Atom can be used real-time in the industrial environment.
Intel focuses on transactional data security, including credit card data handled by ATM systems, retail point-of-sale terminals, and other devices.
Presents retail credit card transaction security solutions, including credit card number tokenization and operating system protected partitions.
Video Animation: Mark Bohr discusses Intel® 22nm 3D Tri-Gate technology.
Intel® Xeon® processors make distributed-intelligence possible. Since components are connected, redistributing stored energy is more efficient.
David Zirl, Healthcare Solution Strategist at Dell, discusses the company's involvement in clinical archiving, cloud computing, and data security.
MayaFit is the world's first digital fitness trainer, delivering the benefits of a personal trainer to every person in a fitness center.
Project Hope’s Gail Wilensky on the importance of remote information sharing to slow the cost of medical spending while improving healthcare quality.