How to Use Virtualization to Create & Customize Industrial Products

How to Use Virtualization to Create & Customize Industrial Products


Available On Demand
Duration 60min
Ivan Ho
Senior Platform Application Engineer
Ivan Ho
Ivan Ho is a Senior Platform Application Engineer at Intel. He first joined Intel, supporting Hardware designs for APAC customers 10 years ago. When he was not supporting customer designs, he studied and experimented in server virtualization in the lab. He developed and created demos for customer engagements such as live server migration in a virtualized environment and optimizing performance for virtual machines. Since 2013, he has transitioned fully to support Virtualization customer engagements and extending virtualization solutions into cloud computing, network function virtualization and software defined networking.
David Troeger
Dell Product Manager
Microsoft Enterprise Products
David Troeger
David Troeger is a Dell Product Manager with 26 years of experience in the information technology industry. His current responsibilities include collaborating with Microsoft to integrate their software products with Dell server, storage, networking and software solutions.

Virtualization is a mature, proven technology that is being used in advanced Industrial Automation Solutions today. Do you know how shared infrastructure systems will help to reduce your costs of equipment, development, deployment and management in addition to achieving savings in rack space, power and cooling? It’s time to reduce the latency that was historically associated with virtualization.

Attend this webinar to learn how to:

  • Leverage virtualization to achieve significant cost savings through equipment and application consolidation
  • Gain an understanding of how shared infrastructure systems can reduce deployment time and complexity
  • Reduce latency with Intel VT technology and APIC virtualization

Register for this webinar to learn how you can bring customized solutions to market more quickly while reducing integration costs, deployment costs, and maintenance cost, while reducing redundant equipment.

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