Windows 7 Collaboration – Intel and Microsoft Tech Collaboration Delivers Consumer and Business Benefits
Microsoft and Intel’s collaboration of over 20 years seem to be paying off. Intel has rolled out a video about how they have developed hardware and software in tune with each others efforts to improve Windows 7 and take full advantage of Intel’s advances in computer processing technology. One of these advances consists of the successful partnership with Intel and Dell’s virtualisation solution. Many organizations are opting to use this virtual server infrastructure with Windows 7 because it is cost effective and efficient.
Some of the features mentioned in the video are:
- Faster Encryption and Decryption on Windows 7
- Minimized Boot, Startup, Resume and Shutdown Times
- Energy Efficiency and Power Management
- Desktop Deployment System Center Configuration Manager SP2
- Out-of-Band Management on Wired and Wireless Networks
- Audit Compliance
Intel and Microsoft have collaborated on Windows 7 since before Microsoft launched Vista to create the best experience for consumers and businesses. Hundreds of engineers produced advances in such areas as performance, responsiveness, security, energy efficiency and virtualization. In this new video from Intel, Microsoft Fellow Mark Russinovich and Intel Fellow Shiv Kaushik discuss the joint effort between Microsoft and Intel. They speak about Microsoft and Intel’s Tech Collaboration over the years. Intel Press Room
The video packs also some information on the advances in the new Windows 7.
Check it out here!
P.S. Windows 7 is due to launch today in a few hours!