Intel has launched a programme designed to save IT managers time and money deploying new server systems.
The chip giant has worked with hardware and software companies including IBM and Compaq to provide what it describes as Solution Blueprints.
These are proven enterprise products for Intel-based servers that have been tested or previously deployed for a specific business need.
For example, a company looking to deploy a financial services system could download a free blueprint of a similar system from Intel's website and then have a system built by the companies involved.
Before a blueprint is published on Intel's website, it is tested and tuned at Intel's labs or at one of the companies involved in the programme.
Deborah Conrad, director of Intel's Solutions Market Development Group, said: "Collectively as an industry we are developing proven enterprise server solution recommendations that provide what companies are asking for most: cost effective solutions that are fast to configure and tailored to individual business needs.
"Solution Blueprints will provide companies with easier deployment and peace of mind knowing that these are reliable, high-performing and battle-tested solutions, and that business relationships among the different vendors are established and successful."
The company explained that most of the blueprints target vertical industries such as financial services, manufacturing and retail, and that ultimately Intel expects to have hundreds available on its website.
A spokesman for Intel said that several UK companies are expected to roll out systems based on the blueprints over the coming months.
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