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Managing the Windows Vista* Transition on Intel® Professional Business Platforms

Justin Van Buren

Digital Office Platform Marketing

Business Client Group, Digital Enterprise Group

Intel Corporation | May 25, 2006


Energy Efficient Performance drives the Digital Future:

Great Performance

Expanded Capabilities

Energy Efficiency

New Possibilities

Learn more about the nine Intel Developer Forum Flagship events worldwide visit: http://www.intel.com/idf

Meet Technology Experts: Visit the Intel Energy Efficient Performance Lounge in room 603

Thursday, May 25th

9:30-10:30am Managing the Windows Vista Transition and Preparing for the Future with the Intel® vProTM technology and Intel® Centrino® Duo Mobile Technology

10:30-11:30am Driving Energy-Efficient Performance Using New Intel Server Platforms

1:00-2:00pm Energy-Efficient threading for Intel® Core™ Microarchitecture


Agenda

  • Windows Vista* and Intel® Professional Business Platforms

    • Windows Vista Experience - Past, Current and Future Intel Professional Business Platforms

    • Deployment of Windows Vista into Installed PC Base

  • Recommendations


  • The Bottom Line on Windows Vista* and Intel® Professional Business Platforms

    • Full Windows Vista AERO experience

    • Windows Vista Display Driver Model (WDDM) support

    • Responsive, multi-threaded platform

    • 64-bit capable (notebooks in 2H ’06)

    • Protection against buffer overflow attacks

    • Intel® High Definition Audio

    • Support for TPM 1.2

    Today’s Intel platforms are

    “Windows Vista Premium Ready” 1

    1 The Intel® 945 and 965 Express Chipset Families are eligible for the Windows* Vista* Capable PC Program, the Windows Vista* Premium Ready PC Program, and the Windows* Vista* Premium OS Logo (requires dual-channel, 1GB system memory, and adequate memory speed to run Aero desktop)


    Intel Graphics Support for AERO

    • Full AERO professional experience supported on current Intel integrated graphics chipsets

      • Desktop – Intel® 945G Express chipset

      • Mobile – Intel® 945GM Express chipset

      • No discrete graphics card required

    • WDDM drivers available today

      • Desktop drivers bundled with latest Windows Vista CTP build

      • Mobile drivers are available through mobile PC vendors

      • Support for all Windows Vista SKUs, including Ultimate Edition

      • Intel Production WDDM drivers will be available via support.intel.com and through Windows Update


    A More Secure, Reliable Experience

    • Intel® 945G/GM Express Chipsets and WDDM enables a more robust platform

    • Intel Execute Disable Bit helps protect against common types of viruses (buffer overflow)

    • Intel® High Definition Audio uses stable, standard Windows Vista audio drivers

    • Reliable 64-bit Intel processors

      • All Intel desktop processors 64-bit capable today

      • 64-bit support for mobile processors in 2H ’06

  • Intel Express chipsets with TPM 1.2 support enables Windows Vista secure start-up


  • Unleash Windows Vista* Multi-tasking Architecture with Intel Dual-Core Processors

    • Multiple Microsoft Office 2003 / 2007* Apps

    • Voice Over IP (Office Communicator 2005*)

    Foreground

    • Multi-threaded Apps (Excel 2007*)

    Background

    • Search Engine (Windows Vista & Office 2007)

    • Back-Up, Synchronization, Defragmentation

    • Security Services (Virus Scan, Spyware Checking, Integrated Malware [Anti-Phishing], Network Firewall)

    • Network Management: Compression, Authentication, Encryption


    Agenda

    • Windows Vista* and Intel Professional Business Platforms

      • Windows Vista Experience - Past, Current and Future Intel Professional Business Platforms

      • Deployment of Windows Vista into Installed PC Base

  • Recommendations


  • Desktop Intel® Professional Business Platforms Roadmap

    2005

    2006

    2004

    Intel® Pentium® 4 processor 600 sequence

    64 bit capable

    Execute Disable Bit

    Enhanced Intel SpeedStep® Technology

    Hyper-Threading Technology

    Intel® Pentium® 4 processor

    Hyper-Threading Technology

    64 bit capable1

    Execute Disable Bit2

    Intel® Core® 2 Duo processor family:

    Next generation, energy-efficient dual core processors

    Intel® Virtualization Technology

    64 bit capable

    Network Chipset Processor

    Intel® 915G Express Chipset

    Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 900

    Intel® 945G Express Chipset

    Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 950

    Intel® Q965 Express Chipset

    Next generation Intel graphics engine

    Intel® PRO/1000 Network Connections

    Intel® PRO/1000 Network Connections

    Intel® Active Management Technology

    Intel® PRO/1000 Network Connections

    Intel® Active Management Technology

    1, 2 Check your PC vendor for support of 64-bit capable Intel processors with Execute Disable Bit in your 2004 desktop Intel platform.


    Intel Mobile PC Platforms Roadmap

    2007

    2006

    2005

    Intel® Pentium® M Processor

    Execute Disable Bit

    Next generation micro-architecture Intel dual-core processors

    Intel® Virtualization Technology

    64-bit capable

    Execute Disable Bit

    Intel® CoreTM Duo Processor family

    Intel® Virtualization Technology

    64-bit capable (available 2H’06)

    Execute Disable Bit

    Mobile Intel® 945GM Express Chipsets Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 950

    Mobile Intel® 915GM Express Chipsets

    Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 900

    Networking Chipset Processor

    Next generation mobile Intel chipset

    Next generation Intel graphics engine

    Intel® PRO/Wireless 2915ABG Network Connection

    Intel® PRO/wireless 3945ABG

    Next generation wireless LAN

    Intel® PRO/1000 Network Connections

    Intel® Active Management Technology

    Next generation Intel Network Connections

    Intel® Active Management Technology

    Intel® PRO/1000 Network Connections


    Desktop Intel® Professional Business Platforms RoadmapWindows Vista* Experience

    2006

    Windows Vista Premium Ready

    2004

    Windows Vista Capable

    2005

    Windows Vista Premium Ready

    • Windows* XP driver model stability4

    • Windows* XP user display4

    • Responsive, hyper-threaded platforms

    • Buffer overflow protection (limited)1

    • Support for TPM 1.2 (limited)3

    • Intel® High Definition Audio

    • 64-bit capable (limited)2

    • WDDM support

    • AERO user display

    • Multi-threading support from next gen. power efficient dual-core processor

    • Buffer overflow protection

    • Support for TPM 1.2 (mainstream)3

    • Intel® High Definition Audio

    • 64-bit capable

    • Hardware enhanced manageability (mainstream)

    • WDDM support

    • AERO user display

    • Responsive, hyper-threaded platform

    • Buffer overflow protection (all)

    • Support for TPM 1.2 (more support)3

    • Intel® High Definition Audio

    • 64-bit capable (all)

    • Hardware enhanced manageability (limited)

    1,2,3 Check your PC vendor for support of 64-bit capable Intel processors with Execute Disable Bit & TPM 1.2 in your Intel platform.

    4 3rd party graphics may deliver a different Windows* Vista experience. Please check with your PC vendor.


    Intel Mobile PC Platforms RoadmapWindows* Vista Experience

    2006

    Windows Vista Premium Ready

    2007

    Windows Vista Premium Ready

    2005

    Windows Vista Capable

    • Windows* XP driver model stability4

    • Windows* XP user display

    • Good single-threaded performance

    • Buffer overflow protection (mainstream)1

    • Support for TPM 1.2 (limited)3

    • Intel® High Definition Audio

    • Designed for wireless & mobile

    • WDDM support

    • AERO user display

    • Multi-threading support from next-gen power efficient dual-core processor

    • 64-bit capable (mainstream)2

    • Buffer overflow protection

    • Support for TPM 1.2 (mainstream)3

    • Intel® High Definition Audio

    • Designed for wireless & mobile

    • Hardware enhanced manageability (mainstream)

    • WDDM support

    • AERO user display

    • Multi-threading support from dual-core processing

    • Buffer overflow protection

    • Support for TPM 1.2 (more support)3

    • Intel® High Definition Audio

    • Designed for wireless & mobile

    • 64-bit capable (2H’06)2

    • Hardware enhanced manageability (limited)

    1,2,3 Check your PC vendor for support of 64-bit capable Intel processors with Execute Disable Bit & TPM 1.2 in your Intel platform.

    4 3rd party graphics may deliver a different Windows* Vista experience. Please check with your PC vendor.


    Agenda

    • Windows* Vista and Intel Professional Business Platforms

      • Windows Vista Experience - Past, Current and Future Intel Business Platforms

      • Deployment of Windows Vista into Installed PC Base

  • Recommendations


  • Complex & Mixed

    Efficient & Agile

    Simplified Environment

    Complex Hardware & Software Environment


    “We need to stamp out complexity, and the Intel Stable Image Platform goes a long way toward doing that.”Ken Zinnato, Technology Architect at DuPont

    Intel® Stable Image Platform Program


    Intel® Stable Image Platform Program

    Value to End-User

    Track Record

    • Consistent system images

    • Predictable, annual platform cadence

    • High volume platforms

    • Reduced configuration variability

    • 4th year

    • >100M Enterprise PCs

    • >$300M annually & 2500 employees dedicated to platform validation

    • Major OEM support, including

      • Dell*

      • HP*

      • Lenovo*

      • Fujitsu*

      • NEC*

      • Gateway*


    Elements of an Intel® SIPP Platform

    Software:

    Hardware:

    • Designated Intel processor

    • Designated Intel chipset

    • Designated Intel networking

    • Intel chipset drivers

    • Intel integrated graphics drivers

    • Intel audio drivers

    • Intel storage drivers

    • Intel wired LAN drivers

    • Intel wireless LAN drivers

    Integrated platform developed, validated and supported by Intel


    Intel® Stable Image Platform Program components

    Complete list of Intel SIPP components and associated drivers at www.intel.com/go/stableplatform

    1 Look for systems with the Intel® Pentium® 4 Processor with HT Technology logo which your system vendor has verified utilize Hyper-Threading Technology. Performance will vary depending on the specific hardware and software you use. See http://www.intel.com/info/hyperthreading/ for information.


    Intel® Stable Image Platform Program Roadmap

    Desktop

    Qualify

    Deploy 2005 desktop Intel® SIPP platform

    Deploy 2006 desktop Intel® SIPP platform

    Qualify

    Mobile

    Deploy 2005 mobile Intel® SIPP platform

    Deploy 2006 mobile Intel® SIPP platform

    Qualify

    Q4

    Q4

    Q3

    Q1

    Q2

    Q3

    2005

    2006

    All products and dates are preliminary and subject to change without notice.

    * Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.


    Strategic Management of the PC Installed Base

    Hardware & software diversity…

    Significantly increases TCO

    Increases security risks

    Slows new software deployments

    Consumes IT time & resources

    Implication for Windows* Vista deployment

    Use Windows Vista migration as opportunity to simplify fleet complexity

    Diffuse Windows Vista through your installed base via PC refresh

    Implement in-the-field upgrades judiciously

    Download at:

    http://download.microsoft.com/download/b/7/e/b7eaa1d4-e67e-4b7c-92be-294bc42fc36f/MS_WP_303149-001USrv2.pdf


    PC Support Costs

    46%

    54%

    PC Support Incidents

    Powered Off

    UnbootableOperating System

    Infected System

    Disabled Agents

    13%

    Desk-Side Visit

    87%

    Remote Fix

    Source: Zenith Infotech


    Built-in Management

    ProactiveSecurity

    Energy Efficient Performance


    Intel® Active Management Technology

    Core™2

    Duo


    Changing the Game:Intel® Active Management Technology

    Discover PCs and their configuration on the network independent of their operational state

    Securely wake & update PCs

    Remotely repair a PC in almost every case

    Prevent critical security & management agents from being disabled

    PCs can detect & block anomalous network behavior

    Make it possible for the industry to deliver world class IT capabilities to small & medium business


    EDS Pilot of Intel® Active Management Technology


    Hardware Enhanced Manageability Intel® Active Management Technology with Microsoft* System Management Server 2003 plug-in

    • Discover & Wake Up the PC (Even if Powered Down)

    • Heal: Use Serial Over LAN (SOL) to Configure BIOS if PC is Not Responding

    • Protect Against Malicious Software Attacks

    Intel® Active Management Technology requires the platform to have an Intel® AMT-enabled chipset, network hardware and software.  The platform must also be connected to a power source and an active LAN port.


    Taking Virtualization to the Mainstream

    • Intel® Virtualization Technology

    • Intel® Virtual Gigabit Network Connect

    • Virtual Security & Management Appliances


    Relative Performance

    600

    2X

    300

    1989

    1994

    1997

    1999

    2000

    2003

    2006*

    Source: Intel; normalized to SPECint2000, *estimate


    Performance per Watt

    50

    4X

    25

    Source: Intel; normalized to SPECint2000 and TDP, *estimate


    OEM Support


    ISV and IT Outsourcer Support


    Go Mobile

    More Cores

    Virtualize

    Entire Platform

    Looking Ahead

    Extend Management

    & Security


    Agenda

    • Windows* Vista and Intel Professional Business Platforms

      • Windows Vista Experience - Past, Current and Future Intel Business Platforms

      • Deployment of Windows Vista into Installed PC Base

  • Recommendations


  • Recommendations

    • Test, Qualify and Deploy Windows Vista* on new PCs aligned to Intel® SIPP

      • Desktop PCs: 2005 desktop Intel®SIPP platform (Intel® Pentium® 4 Processor 600 sequence and Intel® 945G Express Chipset)

      • Mobile PCs: 2006 mobile Intel® SIPP platform (Intel® Centrino® Duo mobile technology)

    • Implement in-the-field Windows Vista upgrades judiciously

      • Balance cost of graphics, RAM upgrades and support costs vs. cost of new PCs

      • In general, diffuse Windows Vista through PC refresh aligned to Intel® SIPP program

    • Windows Vista Beta Testing

      • Desktop graphics & networking drivers bundled with latest Windows Vista CTP build

      • Mobile graphics & networking drivers are available through mobile PC vendors

    • Pilot and deploy Intel® vProTM technology based PCs as part of managing the Windows*-based environment in July-September 2006 timeframe


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