Posts Tagged ‘ Intel ’

4 Reasons The Calxeda Shutdown Isn’t Surprising

December 27, 2013
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DataCenterVirtualization

The board of Calxeda, the company trying to bring low-power ARM CPUs to the server market, has voted to cease operations in the wake of a failed round of financing. This is completely unsurprising to me, for a few different reasons. Virtualization is more suited to the needs of IT Calxeda’s view of the world…

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A Look at the HP Moonshot 1500

April 16, 2013
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DataCenterVirtualization

Last week HP announced their "second generation" HP Moonshot 1500 enclosure and Intel Atom S1260-based Proliant Moonshot systems, a high-density computing solution targeted at hyperscale computing workloads. They're billing it as the first "software defined server" and claiming that it can save 89 percent of energy, 80 percent space, and 77 percent of the cost…

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Client Hypervisors: Intelligent Desktop Virtualization too clever for its own good?

March 21, 2013
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DesktopVirtualization

In 2011, we asked if Client Hypervisors will drive will the Next Generation Desktop. Yet, other desktop virtualization industry experts, such as Ron Oglesby, decided the technology was a dead man walking, writing off Type 1 Client Hypervisors.

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Bromium vSentry a Next Generation Hypervisor to End Malware Woes?

September 19, 2012
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VirtualizationSecurity

Desktop security startup Bromium announced the general availability of vSentry, at the Gartner Security and Risk Management management Summit in London today. Their first product to be based on the Bromium Microvisor designed to protect from advanced malware that attacks the enterprise through poisoned attachments, documents and websites.

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Bromium unveils micro-virtualization trustworthy security vision

June 21, 2012
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VirtualizationSecurity

One year after announcing that he and XenSource co-founder Ian Pratt were leaving Citrix to launch Bromium with former Pheonix Technologies CTO Gaurav Banga; Simon Crosby was back at the GigaOM Structure conference in San Francisco today to unveil Bromium's micro-virtualization technology together with its plans to transform enterprise endpoint security.

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And then there were three – NxTop Enterprise morphs to XenClient Enterprise

May 10, 2012
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DesktopVirtualization

How will Citrix acquisition of NxTop impact VARs and users? How will XenClient will be marketed longer term. Looks like Citrix will embrace IDV as there is a wider market share, and an admission that VDI will never be the sole solution: hybrid solutions are key to capturing as wide a desktop market share as…

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The See-Saw Effect: To Scale-up or Scale-out

March 10, 2011
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One of the very first questions presented to the Virtualization Architects when planning and designing a new deployment, for as long as I have been working with virtualization technology. To scale up or scale out, that is the question and philosophy that has flip flopped back and forth as the technology itself has improved and…

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TPM/TXT Redux

March 4, 2011
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On the third Virtualization Security Podcast of 2011 we were joined by Charlton Barreto of Intel to further discuss the possibility of using TPM/TXT to enhance security within the virtual and cloud environments. We are not there yet, but we discussed in depth the issues with bringing hardware based integrity and confidentiality up further into…

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Intel buys McAfee “for security in the cloud”

August 30, 2010
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In case you missed it, Intel has bought McAfee, a security company best known for virus scanning and other malware detection software, for $7.68Bn (on revenues of about $2Bn). This is a tidy multiple in any marketplace, particularly as McAfee is not the dominant player. It is the largest deal Intel has ever done, and…

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