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Intel Corp. on Monday unveiled its vPro technology, the company’s base for next-generation business personal computers (PCs), which will provide new levels of performance, manageability, security, energy efficiency and robustness, according to the company.

“Like Intel Centrino mobile technology and Intel Viiv technology, Intel vPro technology will bring together world-class innovations throughout the processor, chipsets, networking and software,” said William A. Swope, Intel vice president and director of digital enterprise brand management.

The first Intel vPro-based PCs will be based on Intel Core micro-architecture 64-bit dual-core processors. Intel vPro technology also includes the second-generation of Intel active management technology (Intel AMT) and Intel virtualization technology (Intel VT). Intel VT will be integrated into the dual-core processor while the next-generation Intel AMT will be integrated into the new platform chipset. These hardware innovations, when combined with software solutions, represent advanced manageability and strengthened security behind the Intel vPro brand.

Intel vPro-based PCs will also include Intel’s forthcoming integrated graphics core providing performance for mainstream business applications and being capable of delivering the full array of graphics interface features in Microsoft’s upcoming Windows Vista operating system.

“This technology significantly advances desktop PCs and will quite simply offer businesses security and manageability like never before – all on one of the most powerful and energy-efficient PCs in the market.”

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