Network Device Virtualization
Virtualize resources for improved network utility
By adopting virtualization to reduce the variety of servers supporting business applications, IT can consolidate multiple applications onto a single server, creating a more cost-effective infrastructure for datacenter deployments.
The latest Intel® processors incorporate hardware-assisted Intel® Virtualization Technology (Intel® VT) to increase the performance and security of virtualized applications. Intel® technology helps you simplify the following critical IT tasks, including:
- Porting of legacy applications onto new platforms
- Increasing the determinism of time-critical functions
- Improving the security and stability of critical code
Transform how applications get delivered
Less power consumption, higher usage of existing compute resources, and a smaller server footprint all work together to make virtualization the best option to cut IT costs and increase simplicity.
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