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1 Revision - 01 Intel Confidential Copyright © 2009 Intel Corporation Intel, Xeon, Centrino, Itanium, vPro, Core, and the Intel logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries. *Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others. INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROVIDED IN CONNECTION WITH INTEL ® PRODUCTS. NO LICENSE, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, BY ESTOPPEL OR OTHERWISE, TO ANY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS IS GRANTED BY THIS DOCUMENT. EXCEPT AS PROVIDED IN INTELS TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE FOR SUCH PRODUCTS, INTEL ASSUMES NO LIABILITY WHATSOEVER, AND INTEL DISCLAIMS ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY, RELATING TO SALE AND/OR USE OF INTEL ® PRODUCTS INCLUDING LIABILITY OR WARRANTIES RELATING TO FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, MERCHANTABILITY, OR INFRINGEMENT OF ANY PATENT, COPYRIGHT OR OTHER INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHT. INTEL PRODUCTS ARE NOT INTENDED FOR USE IN MEDICAL, LIFE SAVING, OR LIFE SUSTAINING APPLICATIONS. Intel, processors, chipsets, and desktop boards may contain design defects or errors known as errata, which may cause the product to deviate from published specifications. Current characterized errata are available on request. No computer system can provide absolute security under all conditions. Intel ® Trusted Execution Technology requires a computer system with Intel ® Virtualization Technology, an Intel TXT-enabled processor, chipset, BIOS, Authenticated Code Modules and an Intel TXT-compatible measured launched environment (MLE). The MLE could consist of a virtual machine monitor, an OS or an application. In addition, Intel TXT requires the system to contain a TPM v1.2, as defined by the Trusted Computing Group, and specific software for some uses. Performance tests and ratings are measured using specific computer systems and/or components and reflect the approximate performance of Intel products as measured by those tests. Any difference in system hardware or software design or configuration may affect actual performance. All products, computer systems, dates, and figures specified are preliminary based on current expectations, and are subject to change without notice. Legal Disclaimers

2 Intel Confidential Evaluating Thin Clients & Alternative Compute Models Chee Pung Loy Intel Americas Channel Solutions Account Manager October 2009

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4 Revision - 01 Intel Confidential Evaluating Thin Clients & Alternative Compute Models IT Business Perspective Different compute models Future Perspective Ecosystem & Intel

5 Revision - 01 Intel Confidential Executive Challenges IT Business Challenges Improve Security and Simplify Management Minimize risk, streamline operations Business Continuity High availability and accessibility of applications, data, collaboration Growing Complexity and TCO Budgetary pressure to cut operating expenses Business Responsiveness Flexibility and agility to deliver applications depending on location and device

6 Revision - 01 Intel Confidential IT Under Pressure: Response Growing complexity and TCO Budgetary pressure to cut costs Business Continuity Highly availability and accessibility of applications, data, collaboration Improve Security and Simplify Manageability Minimize risk and streamline operations Business Responsiveness Flexibility and agility to deliver applications and data Improved Client Management and Security Capabilities New Software and Data Delivery Models Pain Points Response Drive for Centralized Control Via… + The Dynamic Virtual Client

7 Revision - 01 Intel Confidential Lets look at what Gartner has found The total cost of ownership of server-based computing is from 12 percent to 48 percent less than for comparable PCs. - Gartner, June 2006

8 Revision - 01 Intel Confidential Gartners Path to 48% TCO Reduction from an Unmanaged Desktop -15% -25% -7% -1% Total: 48% TCO Reduction Reduction from better mgmt: 40% Reduction from server-based model: 8% Start Unmanaged Windows* XP Desktop Typically Managed Windows XP Desktop Well-Managed Windows XP Desktop Windows-Based Terminal (32-Bit) Windows-Based Terminal (64-Bit) *Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.

9 Revision - 01 Intel Confidential Adoption of Virtualization and Streaming A NEW information technology discipline is emerging around application delivery to control desktop management costs and security… the next generation of delivery is application streaming. --Martin Gilliland, Gartner In the future, IDC believes that application virtualization and streaming technology will become an increasingly common way for many IT organizations to deploy and manage applications. --Mike Rose, IDC Enterprises are Seeking New Application Delivery Methods Source: IDC, 2008

10 Revision - 01 Intel Confidential Spectrum of Compute Models Mobile Capable Off-Network Option Network Connected Only OS+App Streaming App Streaming Local, Rich Client 1:1 Blade PC Virtual Container Web- Based Apps Terminal Services Virtual Hosted Desktop 1:Many Blade PC Client-Side Compute & Centralized or Local Data Storage OS+App Streaming App Streaming/ Virtualizaton Distributed, Rich Client 1:1 Blade PC Virtual Containers (Emerging) Web-Based Apps Terminal Services Virtual Hosted Desktop 1:Many Blade PC Client-Side Compute, Centralized Data Storage Server-Side Compute & Centralized Data Storage

11 Revision - 01 Intel Confidential Virtual Container Video

12 Revision - 01 Intel Confidential What is the Right Solution for My Business ? IT Requirements Security Image Management License Management Support Structure Disaster Recovery User Experience Mobility Responsiveness Customization Connectivity Ownership and Privacy Available Infrastructure Servers Storage Space, Power, Cooling Network Bandwidth Budget Priorities Application Workloads Compute Load Graphics Load Delay Sensitivity (i.e., Video, VOIP) Headroom Evaluate for Each User Segment Appropriate Solution is a Balance of Many Interrelated Factors

13 Revision - 01 Intel Confidential Mixed Delivery Models Often Required to Meet All User and IT Requirements Construction Estimator University Student Marketing Staffer Call Center Representative Terminal Services Scheduling database Purchasing database Order database Virtual Hosted Desktop Remote access to standard dept image Streaming Technology CAD package Course-specific applications Photo & video editing packages Local Install Office apps, Browser Office apps, Browser, Media players Appropriate Device Laptop PC Laptop or Desktop PC Desktop PC or Thin terminal

14 Revision - 01 Intel Confidential Real World Solutions May Mix Models Diverse user and IT needs will likely result in hybrid models – Same user accesses software through multiple models 100% single-model deployments may be rare – Single model may make sense when security, management and workload requirements are unlikely to change over time Selected client devices should accommodate the most demanding requirements of target users – Desktop & laptop PCs provide most flexibility for all models – Thin terminals appropriate for 100% server-side deployments

15 Revision - 01 Intel Confidential Compute Model Taxonomy Terminal Services (aka Session Virtualization) Virtual Hosted Desktops (aka Virtual Desktop Infrastructure) OS and Application Streaming Application Streaming (aka Application Virtualization) Virtual Containers Rich, Distributed Computing (aka Rich Client, Fat Client) ExecutionServer-based Client-based Application Executable Storage Server Server (Client caching option) Client Application Data Storage Server, NAS or SAN Server, NAS or SAN (Client caching option) Client, Server, NAS or SAN Mobility / Off- Network Operation No Yes Local Device Synchronization (bar code reader, PDA, phone, etc.) NoLimitedYes Acceptable Clients Terminal, Desktop PC, Laptop PC Desktop PC, Laptop PC Major Providers Citrix*, Microsoft* VMware*, CitrixCitrix Microsoft, Citrix, LANDesk*, Altiris*, AppStream* VMWare vClient* Microsoft Med-V* Traditional PC software providers NAS = Network Attached Storage SAN = Storage Area Network *Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.

16 Revision - 01 Intel Confidential ProcessorChipsetNetwork Intel ® Core2 Duo Intel ® Core2 Quad Intel® Express Chipset Intel® Gigabit Network Intel ® Anti-Theft Technology Intel ® Active Management Technology Intel ® Virtualization Technology Intel ® Trusted Execution Technology Intel ® vPro Technology Intel vPro Technology: Virtualization, Security, and Management

17 Revision - 01 Intel Confidential Intel ® vPro Technology Intel ® Anti-Theft Technology Intel ® Virtualization Technology Intel ® Trusted Execution Technology Intel ® Active Management Technology Secured Virtualization for New Compute Models Virtual Containers Clients Local OS Virtual Container Virtualization Hardware Partition Manager Partition 1Partition n Guest OS App Guest OS App Protection from within Protection between partitions Physical hardware protection System Protection Protection from outside Trusted Platform Protection Areas Streaming Server Master OS image Master Apps image

18 Revision - 01 Intel Confidential Intel ® vPro Technology Intel ® Anti-Theft Technology Intel ® Virtualization Technology Intel ® Trusted Execution Technology Intel ® Active Management Technology Enhanced Security and Manageability for New Compute Models OS Streaming or Remote OS Boot Application streaming & virtualization Virtual Containers OS Streaming Clients Virtualization Virtual Application Local OS Virtual Container Virtualization

19 Revision - 01 Intel Confidential Summary Software delivery models have evolved and IT has more choices than ever The appropriate compute model for a user segment is a balance of many factors Optimization of IT and User needs will likely result in a mix of delivery models, even within a single user segment PCs with Intel ® vPro and Centrino ® Pro processor technology are the most manageable, secure PCs on which to deliver all compute models

20 Revision - 01 Intel Confidential Thank you.

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22 Revision - 01 Intel Confidential Thin Client Terminal Mobile Capable Off-Network Option Network Connected Only Server Compute Centralized Management Centralized Data Storage Client Compute Centralized and Local Data Storage Options Client Compute Centralized Management Centralized and Local Data Storage Options Managed Rich Client DT & NB clients Dynamic Virtual Client Centralized apps and data Rich or Thin? Its No Longer a Binary Decision

23 Revision - 01 Intel Confidential Intels Dynamic Virtual Client (DVC) Streaming Server Master OS image Master Apps image A Family of Compute Models Based On Streaming and Virtualization Simplified centralized workplace management (applications and data) Improved security Rich client performance and experience with mobile capabilities Application Streaming & Virtualization Virtual Containers OS Streaming Clients Network Server On-Demand Delivery Data Synchronization OS Streaming or Remote OS Boot Virtualization Virtual Application Local OS Virtual Container Virtualization

24 Revision - 01 Intel Confidential DVC Solutions and Intel ® vPro Technology Enabling SolutionCompute ModelIntel ® vPro Technology LinkStatus Microsoft SCCM R2* + App-V 4.5 App virtualization App-V now enabled to use Intel® vPro technology secure managementt link to push an update to a locally-cached, virtualized app regardless of OS state along with license management using TPDS Shipping Symantec Workspace Virtualization* v6.1 SP1 App streaming/ virtualization SWS can write app licensing and usage information into vPro technologys non-volatile memory. Info can be read OOB and used to make optimal license purchasing decisions. Mobility SDK support provided Q209 Lenovo Secure Managed Client* (SMC) Remote OS boot SMC uses a thin, Intel® Virtualization Technology- enabled VMM to redirect storage from the local disk to a SAN. SMC clients are Lenovo M-Series* vPro technology desktops v1.2 (US release May09) Global GA –Q3/09 Dell On-Demand* Desktop Streaming (ODDS) OS Streaming Dell has bundled Citrix PVS* (OS streaming) with diskless vPro technology desktops for a turnkey solution Shipping Citrix Provisioning Server* for Desktops v5.0 also integrated into Citrix Xen Desktop* V3 OS streaming On an 802.1x, NAC or NAP network, vPro technology systems with the Intel® Embedded Trust Agent can present network security credentials prior to receiving a streamed OS, providing assurance that only authorized systems access the network Shipping Citrix -Project Independence* Virtual containers A joint development project between Citrix and Intel; uses an Intel® VT-d, VT-x and TXT-aware VMM In development. Expected 2H09 VMware - Client Virtualization Platform* Virtual containers Optimized for Intel vPro technology. In development. Expected 2H09 *Other brands and names may be claimed as property of others. All products, computer systems, dates, and figures specified are preliminary based on current expectations, and are subject to change without notice.

25 Revision - 01 Intel Confidential Key Compute Model ISVs ModelISV & ProductIntel® vPro Technology Optimization? OS StreamingCitrix Provisioning Server for Desktops* v4.5 and greater Citrix XenDesktop* V3 Dell On-Demand Streaming Solution Intel ® Embedded Trust Agent Intel ® AMT, Intel ® ETA Remote OS BootLenovo Secure Managed Client*Intel ® AMT, Intel ® VT App Streaming/ Virtualization Citrix XenApp* (supports both terminal services and application streaming) Microsoft SCCM/R2* Symantec SWV 6.1* VMware View 3(with Thinapp)* Others - Intel ® AMT Intel Mobile SDK -Symantec - Virtual ContainersCitrix – Intel collaboration (Q110, codenamed Project Independence) Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization* VMware ACE*, VMware Player* VMware future Client Virtualization Platform (2H09) Intel ® AMT, Intel ® VT - Intel ® AMT, Intel ® VT Enhanced Network Display Protocols Citrix ICA* HP Remote Graphics Software* Microsoft RDP replacement in Windows* 7 (formerly Calista*) Teradici PC-over-IP* Others -------- * Other brands and names may be claimed as property of others.

26 Revision - 01 Intel Confidential Presentation Virtualization: Terminal Services Presentation Virtualization IT Benefits Centralized image and security Proven technology Less infrastructure than virtual hosted desktop approach Access from any connected client Stateless client Limitations No mobility Responsiveness varies (workload and latency) Poor motion graphics, streamed audio, and peripheral synch User satisfaction issues Local OS Terminal Software Server OS Terminal Server Application Session A Session B RDP Remote Display Protocol

27 Revision - 01 Intel Confidential Virtual Hosted Desktop Local OS Terminal sw VMM APP OS APP OS RDP Remote Display Protocol APP OS APP OS IT Benefits Centralized image and security User customization Access from any connected client Stateless client Limitations No mobility Lower users/processor ratio than terminal services Costly data center build-out Responsiveness varies (workload and latency) Poor motion graphics, streamed audio, and peripheral synch Immature deployment and management tools

28 Revision - 01 Intel Confidential Operating System and Application Streaming Streamed OS Virtual App Mgr Streaming Server OS, Virtual App Mgr and Application streamed over Network Streamed App OS App Mgr App IT Benefits Centralized image, data, and security Single image serves many clients (less storage) Responsive compute and graphics User customization Increased security and compatibility with application virtualization Less infrastructure than server-side models Stateless client Limitations Limited mobility; no local caching Network boot storms Some application incompatibilities Validation can be labor-intensive

29 Revision - 01 Intel Confidential Application Streaming and Virtualization Application Streaming Local OS & Apps Virtual App Mgr Streaming Server Application streamed over Network App IT Benefits Centralized application, data, and security Single application image serves many clients (less storage) Responsive compute and graphics User customization Increased security, compatibility with application virtualization Less infrastructure than server-side models Off-network mobility Limitations Centralizes applications and data only, not whole image Some application incompatibilities Validation can be labor-intensive App

30 Revision - 01 Intel Confidential Virtual Containers Local OS & Apps VMM Streaming Server Streamed, DVD, or USB Drive IT Benefits Image-level delivery Off-network mobility Application performance Multiple images/client (e.g., corporate/private, contractor) Low data center cost Limitations Technology and tool immaturity Complexity of current solutions App OS App OS App OS App OS

31 Revision - 01 Intel Confidential Intel ® vPro Technology Capabilities & Alternative Compute Models Compute model vPro capability Terminal Services Virtual Hosted Desktop OS + App Streaming App Streaming (Local OS) Rich Client or Mixed Model Accurate count of clients (regardless of power or OS state) XXXXX Accurate HW inventory (regardless of power or OS state) XXXXX Accurate SW inventory (regardless of power or OS state) X (inventory & update terminal SW) X (inventory & update terminal SW) XX Secure wake-&- update XX Isolate an infected client XXX Monitor agent presence XXX Encrypt data on hard drive (Danbury Tech 08) XX


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