As companies begin thinking about their future information technology plans, they should take a hard look at the benefits of macroprocessing, Intel Corp. CEO Craig Barrett told attendees December 3 during his keynote address at Oracle Open World in San Francisco.

According to Barrett, macroprocessing applies volume microprocessor economics, performance leadership and industry innovation to meet the demands and opportunities of the Internet-enabled enterprise. By adopting servers and solutions based on open technologies and industry standards, companies are able to benefit from lower costs and rapid technical advances, while gaining access to a wide selection of solutions and providers.

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