Specification Update, 2009: Intel® 5400 Express Chipset memory controller hub (MCH), clarifications, changes, and documentation errata.
Specification updates for the Intel® 3200 and Intel® 3210 Chipset Memory Controller Hub (MCH), including device and documentation errata, specification clarification, and changes.
Demonstrates the Intel® NUC and Intel® vPro™ technology capabilities for collaboration through control of meetings, screens, and rooms.
Intel’s collaboration rooms demonstrate the capabilities of the Intel® NUC and Intel® vPro™ technology in facilitating collaboration and in controlling meetings, screens, and rooms, with a small, but powerful form factor.Full View >
Discover Intel® Core™ vPro™ processor-based Ultrabook™ for business versatility, built and engineered for security.
Intel® Core™ vPro™ processor-based Ultrabook™ is built for business and engineered for security.
To maintain, manage, and protect PCs, Intel IT is using a strategic multi-year initiative to implement Intel® vPro™ technology in our environment.
Intel IT made a strategic decision to standardize our computing platform on both laptop and desktop PCs with Intel® Core™ vPro™ processors. These include technologies that enhance IT and end-user efficiency while enhancing information security.
Virtualization in the enterprise introduces significant IT security concerns. Read about new virtualization security solutions from Intel and Citrix.
Find out how Citrix XenClient* extends desktop virtualization security, performance, and flexibility to mobile users with Intel® vPro™ technology.
Video: Intel CIO Diane Bryant talks about IT challenges, the Intel® vPro™ technology solution, and the proven results.
Compare the latest Intel® Core™ i7-5960X processor Extreme Edition performance, with 8 cores and an unlocked processor, to previous generations.
Compare the desktop PC performance of the latest Intel® Core™ i7-5960X processor Extreme Edition to previous generations, with 8 independent cores on an unlocked processor to maximize performance for digital content creation or gaming.
White Paper: Intel IT considers dynamic virtual client (DVC) technology, where users access applications and information from any device, anytime.
Intel IT is investigating a model where users can access their applications and information from any device, anywhere, anytime.