Intel vPro: Make the Platform More Responsive

August 27th, 2007 |
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In technology development, most researcher “to-do lists” do not have an item that says something like: “invent society-changing technology.” Mostly, to-do lists contain step-by-step improvements. But we are reminded that the step-by-step can be as important as any monumental leap. Intel says its latest chip release, code-named “Weybridge,” reduces costs, reduces energy use, and improves security. Rob Crooke, Intel’s general manager of the Business Client Group, says it’s all about constantly making the vPro platform more responsive. In this podcast, PodTech’s Jason Lopez collects comments from Intel partners at the “Weybridge” announcement in San Francisco.

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