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Is there life for your business after e-Business? (Is the future all black?) Keith Holtham Business Marketing Manager Intel Corporation April 14, 2008

1st Wave of e-Business: 

1st Wave of e-Business Established a Web Presence Created Advertising, Marketing Programs Basic e-Commerce First Mover won the customer mindshare Priority: Acquiring Customers…

Customer “Cost”: 

Customer “Cost” “Winning back a lost customer can cost up to 50-100 times as much as keeping a current one satisfied.” — Rob Yanker, Partner, McKinsey & Company Acquiring Customers  Retaining Customers

Intel Key Learnings : 

Intel Key Learnings Customer Retention Requires: Your solutions to Work for the Customer Proactive Notification Self Service Interfaces Anytime, Anywhere, Any Device Easy Integration between businesses Large and Small Business solutions Individual / Consumer applications Source: Intel How do we get there?

Web Services New Solutions Foundation: 

Web Services New Solutions Foundation Source: 2001 Infoworld web services survey * 500 respondents; multiple responses allowed Web Services Expected Benefits

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Evolution to Web Services Time Value TCP/IP HTML XML RosettaNet* SOAP,UDDI Web Sites Web Services

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New Services Model Requires New Deployment Strategy

New Deployment Strategy: 

OPEN STANDARDS-BASED PROPRIETARY New Deployment Strategy

Delivering Macroprocessing Why it works: 

Delivering Macroprocessing Why it works Extreme Reliability, Availability, Scalability Simple Manageability Exponential Performance Best of Breed Solutions Unmatched R&D More Developers More Applications + Solutions Best Price/Performance Lowest TCO Fast TTM Flexibility Agility Choice Cycle Of Innovation Industry Standards Microprocessing Volume Economics Technology Innovation

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Intel’s Building Blocks For Innovation

Standards Driving PC Innovation: 

Video PC Continually Required to Do More 1980’s 1990’s 2000’s Standards Driving PC Innovation

IA-32 Client Innovation Continues: Moving Beyond GHz: 

Compute Experience GHz Processor Capabilities SSE MMX Quickstart SSE2 Speedstep IA-32 Client Innovation Continues: Moving Beyond GHz Platform Capabilities PCI USB AGP 2X AGP 4X IAPC Math Coprocessor Multiple Execution Units Ease of Use Lo Power Manageability Performance Graphics Audio Input/Output Integrated Cache

Intel® PCA Personal Internet Client Architecture: 

Compute CPU Power Management Display Peripherals USB Bluetooth* Communications Analog DSP CPU Flash / SRAM Air Interface Module Flash RAM Memory *Other brands and names are the property of their respective owners. Modular: PCA Allows Each Block to Evolve Separately TTM/Innovation: Apps Written to General Purpose Processor Spiral of Innovation Continues Intel® PCA Personal Internet Client Architecture

Server Scalability Macroprocessing Deployment Options: 

Server Scalability Macroprocessing Deployment Options Scale Out: Adding Hi-Density Servers with Hi-Speed Clusters Scale Up: Adding Processors *All names and brands are property of their respective owners

Scale Out Performance: 

Source: tpc.org, September 2001 Scale Out Performance Top 6 TPC-C Results by Performance 5 4 2 3 Rank Vendor IBM Compaq Fujitsu IBM 280 Pentium® III Xeon™ @ 900 MHz 204 Pentium® III Xeon™ @ 900 MHz 128 Sparc64 GP @ 563 MHz 128 Pentium® III Xeon™ @ 700 MHz Processors Win2000 Win2000 Solaris 8 Win2000 OS Performance tests and ratings are measured using specific computer systems and/or components and reflect the approximate performance of Intel products as measured by those tests. Any difference in system hardware or software design or configuration may affect actual performance. Buyers should consult other sources of information to evaluate the performance of systems or components they are considering purchasing. For more information on performance tests and on the performance of Intel products, reference www.intel.com/procs/perf/limits.htm or call (U.S.) 1-800-628-8686 or 1-916-356-3104. 6 Compaq 410,769 136 Pentium® III Xeon™ @ 900MHz Win2000 688,220 tpmC 567,882 455,818 440,879 *All names and brands are property of their respective owners 1 Compaq 272 Pentium® III Xeon™ @ 900 MHz Win2000 709,220 US$/tpmC 22.58 28.58 25.03 13.02 14.04 14.96 All numbers based on TPC-C Version 5.0

Internet Exchange Architecture (IXA) for Network Processors: 

Internet Exchange Architecture (IXA) for Network Processors Optimal Combination of… Performance Power Functionality Scalable Across Access Edge Core Storage Code Portability Across… Generations Product Family Micro Engine Micro Engine XScale Arch IXA Network Processor + Hardware Abstraction Layer Customer Applications Intelligence in the Network via Programmable Network Processing

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Putting It All Together

Intel e-Business Solutions : 

Demo *All names and brands are property of their respective owners Intel e-Business Solutions

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Delivery Channels Client Gateways Basic Services & Toolkits Security Services Applications OS Platforms HW Platforms Processors IVR Tellers Internet Call Centre Wireless WAP HTTP SMS OFX Aggregation Toolkit Vignette Baltimore BEA Oracle Fincentric Microsoft Windows 2000 AS, DC Compaq Servers/Clients IA-64 / IA-32 COM XML PO Sales IP Tetralog Cap Gemini Financial Solution Platform: Banking

Best Practices: 

Best Practices Intel To Co-Author Series Of Books On How To Build, Deploy An E-Business Best Practices Program for IT Managers Based on Intel's Own e-Business Success, Research from Industry Experts Press Releases Apps Infrastructure Operations http://www.intel.com/eBusiness/bestpractices

Intel e-Business Network: 

Intel e-Business Network http://www.intel.co.jp/jp/ebiznetwork

Summary: 

Summary Customer Acquisition  Customer Retention Transition your solutions to Web Services today Utilize Macroprocessing Best Practices Use the Intel e-Business Network http://www.intel.com/ebusiness

From Web Sites… …to Web Services: 

From Web Sites… …to Web Services “You never leave a recession on the same technology that you entered it.” Gordon Moore Chairman Emeritus of the Board Intel Corporation Are You Macroprocessing?