I saw this session (or something very much like it) at an AngelBeat Conference last year. I would highly recommend attending for anyone responsible for the deployment or management of desktops. Great stuff is coming from Intel, HP and Microsoft to fully leverage the virtualization advances in the chips.
The New York Enterprise Windows User Group of NYPC
HP and Intel virtualization technologies
Chuck Kausch, HP
Peter Tea, Intel
Thursday, January 4, 2007
HP Integrity(r) Servers supported by Dual-Core Intel(r) Itanium(r) 2 9000 series processors and HP virtualization technologies are improved with several key elements. The new Dual-Core Intel(r) Itanium(r) 2 servers (also called Montecito(r)) offer more than a doubling of performance and improved TCO-ROI, they allow our customers to take advantage of industry standard systems and multiple standard operating systems. This advancement in server technology breaks the bonds of proprietary operating systems and chip architectures. The challenges that face today’s IT organizations are real and both Intel & HP are striving hard to conquer many of them with technology improvements like you will hear about in this briefing.
Chuck Kausch is an Enterprise Architect with Hewlett-Packard in Gaithersburg, Maryland. Chuck has been with HP 18+ years and currently focuses on HP’s industry leading Integrity Enterprise Server solutions.
Chuck regularly presents to both Government Agencies and Federal Systems Integrators about HP’s latest technologies – like virtualization.
Peter Tea is a Business Development Manager with Intel. Peter has worked for Intel for over 10 years in various field and marketing positions. He recently rejoined the Northeast field team after spending the past three years in the Server Platforms Group with a focus on Itanium solutions. Prior to Intel Peter worked for IBM for 8 years. We has more than 18 years of Enterprise solutions experience.
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