Sunday, June 4, 2023

Intel vPro incorporates 13th generation Core processors for improved security and performance

The new age of Intel processors is harnessing the power of its vPro platform to improve today’s business computing devices. The objective is nothing more than to offer a series of optimized solutions, in terms of security and hardware, so as to encourage them to update their equipment and increase the productivity of their employees.

The company gains productivity

Intel’s 13th generation Core processors offer businesses and organizations the protection and performance needed to adapt to the ever-changing environment in which they find themselves. The performance improvements mean that Windows applications run 65% faster than desktop computers that are at least three years old. In addition, overall performance will be 2.3% faster in these Windows applications.

Unlike today’s AMD desktops, the new generation accelerates content creation by up to 45% when multitasking, and up to 58% when it comes to producing reports.

Health as a vital aspect

The family of 13th generation Core processors provides protection against business-critical threats. And it is able to quickly and effectively detect ransomware and attacks in the supply chain software.

Every company must have a protected Data Processing Center and thanks to the Intel vPro platform, new desktop computers, basic operations and laptops from relevant brands (HP, Dell, Acer, Panasonic, Samsung, Fujitsu or Asus) will have maximum security.

Security means dozens of features built into the hardware, helping to reduce the attack surface by 70% compared to conventional computers in three years.

The Intel vPro platform and Intel Hardware Shield provide enhanced protections against underlying operating system attacks as well as advanced threat detection capabilities. And it is that which helps to protect against harmful attacks at the firmware level, as well as conservative routine security functions so that the impact on users would be less and less threat to productivity.

Nor can we ignore Intel’s Active Management technology to allow IT administrators to recover an infected machine remotely even if it was out of hand. This can be done by sending patches to address critical security updates.

other improvements

13th Core Intel Core processors, via the vPro platform, go up to 24 power cores and incorporate the new TI-encrypted memory.

Added to this are Intel Threat Detection technologies, which gives more options with end-to-end detection and response (EDR) providers.

We must also consider a new form of computer virtualization, which will be much faster and safer, while offering better and more demanding performance.

The new 13th generation processor has improved their energy efficiency thanks to the application of Intel Dynamic Tuning Technology and WiFi 6E or Lightning IV.

A company that should have Intel vPro

Anyone, regardless of size and business activity, can enhance experiences and features from day one, and out of the box. Without any type of activation, the company will have enterprise-class performance to boost productivity, analyze data efficiently, simplify connectivity and extend battery life, in addition to the aforementioned security enhancements.

In the end, surveys share with Intel vPro, as workers typically spend an average of one full day of work per year waiting for their computers, which are more than three years old, to upgrade or upgrade.

The modern manageability and stability provided by the Intel vPro platform helps minimize IT disruption and reduce support costs.

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