Intel ® technologies enable hardware-based client virtualization for centralized image management and administration, secure network storage, client-side computation, and out-of-band protection beyond the firewall.¹ As a desktop virtualization endpoint solution, PCs with an Intel® Core™ vPro™ processor deliver smart security, cost-saving manageability, and intelligent performance.
Optimized for increased system utilization, the Intel® Core™ vPro™ processor family delivers a flexible foundation with hardware-based security and virtualization built in. Supporting next-generation management standards, these processors also offer KVM Remote Control—hardware-based keyboard video mouse (KVM) connectivity—so IT can remotely see what their users see, through all states, and beyond the firewall. ¹ ²
Portfolio of virtualization capabilities
See how Intel® Virtualization Technology delivers a hardware-assisted portfolio of capabilities to enhance virtualization, including optimized connectivity, robust performance, and reduced I/O bottlenecks.
Server virtualization is changing the way IT organizations operate. And Intel® server processors are extending the benefits of software virtualization far beyond consolidation to increase data center flexibility, productivity, and TCO. Intel® server processors with virtualization built in, such as the Intel® Xeon® processor 5600 series, the Intel® Xeon® processor 7500 series, and the Intel® Itanium® processor 9300 series, deliver these benefits.
To help you get the most out of virtualization, Intel has built a better physical server platform with unique hardware-assist features. These hardware-assist features accelerate fundamental virtualization processes throughout the platform to reduce latencies and avoid potential bottlenecks, giving you better value from your server and software investments.
Because Intel server processors let you do more with less, you can realize energy efficiency and reduce server sprawl. And with remote management features, the ease of failover, and seamless live migrations, you can keep both you and your users happy with reduced support costs and increased uptime levels.