Intel enters cloud market with AppUp hybrid cloud

By : |May 24, 2011 0

[image_library_tag 096/13096, align=”left” title=”” height=”150″ alt=”” hspace=”7″ width=”200″ vspace=”7″ border=”1″ ,default]MUMBAI, INDIA: Chip maker Intel Corporation launched AppUp Small Business Service, a service that will run on Intel Hybrid Cloud platform.

Intel says that the new platform will enable server manufacturers, software vendors, and service providers to offer small businesses cloud services with applications and data running on their own premises.

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The platform, which will be a pay-as-you-go service, consists of a server, catalogue of pre-packaged small business applications from a broad range of software providers, and Intel-developed software.

“We developed the Intel AppUp Small Business Service to build a foundation on which the industry can innovate and provide small business customers with a more convenient, secure, and high-performance experience,” said Bridget Karlin, general manager, Intel Hybrid Cloud. 

The Intel AppUp Small Business Service’s innovations include use of a subscription-based delivery model for software applications. Intel-developed software activates, deactivates, and then tracks the customer’s usage of those applications on a platform that is secured using Intel Trusted Execution Technology (Intel TXT) in Intel Xeon processors.

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