Case Study: How Intel® Xeon® processor-based virtualization enables system consolidation in industrial applications. (v.1, Aug. 2014)
Case Study: How Intel® Xeon® processor-based virtualization enables the Emerson DeltaV* digital automation system to bring the benefits of system consolidation to industrial applications, including faster processing and lower costs. (v.1, Aug. 2014)
Case Study: Pentamaster upgraded to 3rd gen Intel® Core™ i5 processors to boost solution efficiency. (v.1, August 2013)
Case Study: Pentamaster upgraded their industrial PCs with 3rd gen Intel® Core™ i5 processors and consolidated their computing infrastructure to boost the efficiency and performance of their Glove Unique Reprocessing Unit solution. (v.1, August 2013)
White Paper: Use Intel® Virtualization Technology on Intel® Core™ vPro™ processors to consolidate industrial devices, helping reduce complexity.
White Paper: Describes how to use Intel® Virtualization Technology running on Intel® Core™ vPro™ processors to consolidate industrial automation computing devices, helping manufacturers reduce costs and complexity on the factory floor.
Experience multiple virtualized industrial workloads in one harmonized system, delivering deterministic, real-time performance. (v.1, Oct. 2013)
White paper: Tests show that Intel® Industrial Solutions system consolidation series can deliver interrupt latency under 20 μsec. (v.1, Jul. 2014)
White paper: This paper provides test methodologies and system configuration details to help manufacturers determine whether virtualized industrial platforms have adequate real-time responsiveness for their applications. (v.1, Jul. 2014)
White Paper: Complementary components from Intel, Wind River, and McAfee help embedded developers build secure, reliable systems. (v.1, Jan. 2013)
White Paper: Intel’s development strategy ensures reliable embedded systems that use investment-grade components, such as multi-feature Intel® processors, Wind River real-time operating systems, and McAfee security technology. (v.1, Jan. 2013)