In this post of the software series, we'll review the Local Manageability Service (or LMS). The LMS could have had his own dedicated post, but it is hard to write about LMS without talking about a driver called Intel MEI or HECI -- the origins of LMS are tightly tied with HECI and local access methods, so we will cover them together.
COMport and control selected input/output. Nothing new there, right?
In the last IDF, Intel pulled back the curtain on a revolutionary feature: Intel KVM. KVM stands for "
Keyboard, Video and Mouse", and it lets you control the, er, keyboard video and mouse of a remote station.
It’s been about a year and half since we first released Intel® SOA Expressway for Healthcare, which is a purpose-built, easy-to-deploy integration appliance for connecting islands of information together to enable a secure, high-performance, best-of-breed health information infrastructure. We have now begun shipping release 2.2, which contains a number of new feature enhancements.
Wow! I’m still counting the number of technical press articles, blog posts, forum posts, and tweets we've received since announcing the Intel Atom Developer Program at IDF on Sept. 22 in Paul Otellini's keynote. The Intel Software Network Article, "New Opportunities for Software Developers" went live during Renee James 9/23 keynote which featured a deeper dive announcement of the program.