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Intel® Virtualization Technology in Converged App Platforms The advent of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) has bridged the thin gap separating data networks and voice networks. Over the years, the high-speed, last mile services have broadened their reach in tandem with wireless technology, such as 3G and Wi-Fi, and end users are beginning to experience richer multimedia services in which video, voice, and data are integrated and delivered over the Internet. As broadband penetration continues, the trend towards converged networks gains traction in the marketplace.This document illustrates how Intel® Virtualization Technology (Intel® VT) can enhance converged application platforms (CAP) by creating a secure, reliable, and consolidated environment to host voice, data, and video services, all in a single multi-function device.Read the full Intel® Virtualization Technology in Converged App Platforms White Paper.
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