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With dozens of security features integrated deep into the silicon, Intel’s new vPro platform enables essential threat prevention and helps to lower attack surface by an estimated 70% compared to 4-year-old PCs. Virtualization-based security in Windows will also reach a game-changing level thanks to new IT-enabled memory encryption. Endpoint detection and response (EDR) vendors with Intel Threat Detection Technology enabled will offer customers more options and more effective detection of the most recent threats. The most complete security offering in the market is provided by Intel vPro, the only business platform with all of this and integrated hardware security to detect ransomware and software supply chain attacks.
The new vPro platform is built on 13th Generation Intel Core processors and features a hybrid architecture with new Performance-cores, more Efficient-cores on some offerings, smarter task classification with Intel Thread Director, and better energy efficiency with Intel Dynamic Tuning Technology. Intel vPro devices are tailored for contemporary business computing thanks to features like Intel Wi-Fi 6E (Gig+), Thunderbolt, and the validation of the Intel Evo platform with superior interactions like intelligent collaboration.
Compared to other Windows PCs, Intel-based Windows PCs have a 26% lower probability of significant PC-related security events. All sizes of businesses are competing to provide better protection against the most recent security threats, boost worker productivity, and enable ideal experiences like videoconferencing. Since the release of Intel vPro Enterprise and Intel vPro Essentials last year, people and organisations of all sizes can employ Intel technology. In order to provide the best computing foundation for their specific needs, a small or medium-sized business, large enterprise, public sector organisation, or academic institution can now acquire the necessary set of Intel vPro capabilities.
More than 170 notebooks, desktops, and entry-level workstations from partners like Acer, ASUS, Dell, HP, Lenovo, Fujitsu, Panasonic, and Samsung will be delivered this year through the broad commercial portfolio through the Intel vPro Platform.