Data virtualization solutions deploy quickly and provide a performance boost when some initial processing is pushed down to source containers.
By deploying data virtualization solutions that combine disparate data sources into a single virtual layer, Intel IT expects to increase the agility of our business intelligence (BI). This will enable us to solve business problems more quickly.
Case Study: Taiwan Taxi uses cloud computing systems powered by Intel® Xeon® processors to ensure overall efficiency of IT systems.
Taiwan Taxi uses a cloud computing system powered by Intel® Xeon® processor 5600 series to give passengers and drivers a comfortable and safe riding experience.
Architecture Specification: Describes Intel® Virtualization Technology for Directed I/O and supporting components. (v.7, Oct. 2014)
Architecture Specification: Describes the components supporting I/O virtualization and Intel® Virtualization Technology for Directed I/O for Intel® processors and core logic chipset-based platforms. (v.7, Oct. 2014)
Nanyang Technological University enables maximum scalability and high performance for its computing resources.
Nanyang Technological University uses Red Hat* Cloud Infrastructure based on Intel® Xeon® processor E5-4650L to enable maximum scalability and high performance for its computing resources.
Case Study: East Carolina University IT uses Intel® Xeon® processors for desktop and server virtualization while boosting storage performance.
Case Study: East Carolina University IT uses the Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family to provide a robust foundation for desktop and server virtualization while helping to improve storage performance.
Citrix* Flexcast* for Intelligent Desktop Virtualization in this technical animation.
Learn about Citrix Flexcast* delivery technology for Intel’s Intelligent Desktop Virtualization in this technical animation.
Editor’s Pick: desktop virtualization solutions and advice from three CIOs of CIO Magazine’s Executive Council.
Editor’s Pick: advice on deploying desktop virtualization solutions and user expectations from three CIOs from CIO Magazine’s Executive Council.