For any of you still thinking of the Chromebook™ notebook computer as just a consumer browsing device, think again. It's no longer just notebook computers running the Chrome OS™ operating system, it's also Chromebox™ computing devices, ChromeBase,* and more - indicating form factor is not a blocking issue. And with virtualization, these systems can run Windows apps on Chrome OS from Microsoft* Office* to intense graphic apps with minimal impact on latency or power drain.
Software-Defined Storage (SDS) is a software layer that manages storage infrastructure. Software developers have the flexibility to use a variety of hardware, such as processors, network cards, and hard drives with their storage managing software to develop their own SDS solutions. In this blog, I share some examples of developers using Intel enabling technologies (features of the hardware and/or software) to develop their SDS solutions.