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Hardware-Assisted Workspace Virtualization RingCube vDesk on Intel® Core™ vPro™ Processors

About the Authors Dr. Charlton Barreto Platform Architect Intel Corporation Charlton Barreto is a member of Intel’s End- User Platform Integration group focused on Cloud Client and DC technologies. Charlton is currently driving platform strategy and architecture for Balanced Compute Cloud for Intel. He has worked over the last 15 years in architecting, developing and introducing new technologies in the Cloud, RIA, Web, and Distributed Computing markets. His more notable efforts include the development and standardization of Choreography, Process Management and Automation; Policy Management; and Reliable Messaging, Service Definition, Discovery. He writes and presents regularly on Cloud, Web and RIA strategies and technologies, and advises on what businesses and vendors can do with Cloud computing, and how to approach and leverage Cloud models, architectures and technologies to meet strategic goals and business requirements. Dr. Tom Speeter Chief Architect RingCube Technologies From 2002 through 2006, Dr. Speeter was director, founder and CTO of Cendura Corporation, a leading provider of configuration and policy compliance software. Cendura was acquired by CA in September of 2006. Prior to Cendura, Dr. Speeter was a Fellow and Chief Engineer at Healtheon Corporation (now WebMD). Prior to Healtheon, Dr. Speeter worked at Silicon Graphics as chief network architect in the Interactive Media Group. From 1986 to 1993, Dr. Speeter was a Principal Investigator in the research division at AT&T Bell Laboratories. Dr. Speeter holds a Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from Case Western Reserve University, a M.S.C.E from the University of Southern California, and a B.S.C.E from Michigan State University. REV. 20090519 Mike Larkin Co-founder & CTO RingCube Technologies Mike has over 13 years of experience in embedded systems, OS development and grid computing areas. Prior to co-founding RingCube, Mike worked in various management and engineering roles at IBM’s Storage Systems Division. In addition to holding an MS degree from SJSU, Mike holds a Computer Science degree from Cal Poly Pomona. Mike is also an adjunct faculty in the Computer Engineering department at San Jose State University. Executive Summary...........................................2 Introduction to Hardware Assisted Virtualization2 Introduction to Intel vPro....................................3 Intel Virtualization Technology (Intel VT)...4 Introduction to Workspace Virtualization and RingCube vDesk................................................5 Workspace Virtualization Technology .......5 RingCube vDesk Overview........................6 How Does vDesk Work?............................6 Hardware-Assisted Workspace Virtualization: RingCube vDesk on Intel vPro PCs...................7 Today’s Benefits ........................................7 Future Benefits ..........................................8 Conclusion .......................................................10 Executive Summary Intel vPro technology is a set of capabilities built into the hardware of all 2010 Intel® Core™ vPro processor based PCs that provides hardware-assisted security, expanded management capabilities and improved power efficient performance. Intel vPro technology was designed to enhance the security and performance of virtualization solutions using local PC hardware resources to deliver a high-performance desktop virtualization experience. As a Workspace Virtualization solution, RingCube vDesk is uniquely positioned to take advantage of Intel vPro technologies such as Intel Trusted Execution Technology (TXT), Intel Virtualization Technology (Intel VT) and Trusted Platform Module (TPM). Because vDesk workspaces are so lightweight (40MB- 55MB), they can be delivered on a PC, on a removable drive or over the network, while executing Read the full Hardware-Assisted Workspace Virtualization RingCube vDesk on Intel® Core™ vPro™ Processors.

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