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Why Build a Private Cloud? Virtualization vs. Cloud Computing

A virtualized DC is not a private cloud. Why should IT build a private cloud, and how does he get there? This video provides the answers.

Adopting Software-Defined Networking in the Enterprise

Software-defined networking (SDN) enables on-demand provisioning of networks and network services.

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Using Intel® vPro™ Technology with a Centralized IT Support Portal

White Paper: Intel’s web-based IT support portal integrates data and tools like Intel® vPro™ technology to boost agent productivity and lower costs.

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Nanyang Technological University: Maximizing Computing Resources

Nanyang Technological University enables maximum scalability and high performance for its computing resources.

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Industrial Internet of Things: Factory Innovation Ideas

Intel and Wind River managers discuss workload and system consolidation with virtualization, including benefits, industrial significance, and more.

Enterprise-Class Security for Server Virtualization Solution Brief

Brief: HyTrust and Intel developed an end-to-end security solution to address the risks associated with server virtualization and cloud technology.

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Data Center Consolidation Reduces Energy Consumption and Costs

Case Study: DHCS virtualizes on Intel® Xeon® processor E7-4800 product family, achieving 100-to-1 data center consolidation for reduced energy, TCO.

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Intel® Processors Extend Server Virtualization Benefits

Intel® server virtualization capabilities help improve management and streamline adoption of virtualization processes.

DigiPoS Keeps Competitive Advantage with Embedded Processors

Case Study: Electronic POS maker DigiPoS innovates products on the Intel® Atom™ processor, Intel® Core™ i7 processor, and Intel® Q67 Express Chipset.

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RouterBricks, Intel, Server Clusters Deliver Packet Routing

Software-based routing uses multiple servers connected together to act as one packet-forwarding engine.