Intel CEO Paul Otellini Says It’s Time to Give PCs Help – Part 1 of 4

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SAN FRANCISCO, April 24, 2006 (PodTech News) Intel unveiled a new brand for its business products called vPro. The designation describes a set of products designed to make the management of fleets of personal computers easier. “The good old business PC really hasn’t changed very much,” Intel CEO Paul Otellini told analysts and journalists in his keynote at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in San Francisco. “We will deliver a new set of technologies in hardware and in software that, much like our Centrino mobile technology did a few years ago, really solved a live business issue that all of us have.” This is first of four podcasts from

PodTech covering Otellini’s keynote.

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