Intel is developing technology that will eliminate rebooting requirements and interrupting system updates.
The technology giant is working on a technology that will be welcomed by all users with Intel-based processors in their systems. Intel engineers developed the Linux kernel for according to the latest patchesThey are working on a feature called Intel Seamless Update, which allows to update system software without rebooting.
As you know, firmware updates almost always require a reboot. These updates can sometimes take up to a few minutes as the system reboots and is unusable. So much so that this means a waste of time for many users or corporate companies.
The blue team is preparing to take steps for a technology such as UEFI that will update the system firmware while the system is running. This technology is especially valuable for customers who do business with a Service Level Agreement (SLA) and systems can deliver nearly 100% uptime.
The feature in question is expected to be introduced with the official announcement, along with Intel “Sapphire Rapids” Xeon processors. Information about Seamless Update technology is still limited and we will see on which platforms it will be used over time.
Source: Technopat by www.technopat.net.
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