Hi, and thank you for your post. While the manageability forum covers many topics such as Intel vPro processor technology and Intel Active Management Technology (Intel AMT), Intel Virtualization Technology is more focused on application and processor technologies. At this time there isnt a virtualization aspect of Intel AMT, but, if you would elaborate on what kinds of things your application is trying to do and how you think Intel AMT could be used? That would be a useful discussion we could have here.
vPro has a feature called "Virtual Appliance" (VA), it's not often used but if you repartition your hard disk to free up, say 50 megs and run a special installer, you can have the BIOS validate and boot an Hypervisor and load your "Virtual Applicance" below the OS. It's nice because it's tamper proof, but as I understand it, it's generaly used to provide network filtering, etc. The VA can provide a web page just like AMT, etc. It's not like real virtualization software, I am not sure what is virtualized and what is not.
The nice thing about a VA is that it's tamper proof and runs on the main processor. The draw backs are that installation is not easy if you need to resize the disk partitions, and requires changing BIOS settings which is difficult on a large scale. Of course, with Intel AMT you can change BIOS settings remotely, whichhappens to be useful in this case.
Let us know if this is what your looking for, if so, I will try to find details on this.
Ylian (Intel AMT Blog)