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Virtualization has become a key area of development for Small Business and Enterprise computing environments over the last decade. Intel first incorporated dedicated hardware instructions for virtualization on x86 platforms with the Pentium 4 (VT-x) processors and today offers a wide range of solutions on its Xeon family and most recently the 2nd Gen Core vPro processors.
Today’s sophisticated approach to virtualization combines both hardware and software, minimizing costs and complexity by consolidating multiple environments into a single server or PC. Virtualization enables businesses to get new applications into the hands of users more quickly and efficiently compared with deploying physical servers.
There are several small business solutions from Dell that can help you minimize the cost and complexity of virtualization. Dell’s PowerEdge servers, with powerful Intel Xeon processors allow you to run multiple applications in a virtualized environment.
Key highlights of Dell’s virtualization technologies:
Customer success stories and whitepapers:
• How Did PacLib Group Ease Growing Pains Without a Massive IT Spend?
• Why Virtualize?
• Case Study: Trend Micro — A trend in Virtualization
• Virtual Gains: The Benefits of Dell Hardware With Hyper-V
This is a sponsored post brought to you by Dell, as part of their promotion for virtualization-ready Dell PowerEdge servers powered by Intel Xeon and Intel Core vPro processors.
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