Businesses in search of the latest hardware – key to helping them better defend against the latest security threats and improve productivity – now have another advantage when they buy Windows 11 PCs: a new Intel vPro platform powered by 13th Intel Core processors.
Intel vPro has built-in hardware security to detect ransomware and software supply chain attacks. Customers will have more choice with endpoint detection and response (EDR) vendors enabled with Intel Threat Detection Technology. New IT-enabled memory encryption will also take virtualization-based security to a game-changing level in Windows 11.
This year, Intel’s expansive commercial portfolio will deliver more than 170 notebooks, desktops and entry workstations from partners including Acer, ASUS, Dell, HP, Lenovo, Fujitsu, Panasonic and Samsung.
Modern business computing is further optimized through Intel vPro devices thanks to Intel Wi-Fi 6E (Gig+), Thunderbolt 4 and the validation of the Intel Evo platform with experiences like intelligent collaboration.
For edge application developers, 13th Gen Intel Core processors on Intel vPro platforms provide edge processing performance, remote device manageability, powerful security tools and much more to unleash the power of their data. The processors are ideal for applications in retail, banking, hospitality, education, healthcare and manufacturing, and other small or medium-sized businesses, large enterprises, public sector organizations or academic institutions.
Find out more about the platform and processors over at Intel.