Intel Introduces 12th-Gen vPro Processors: Thanks to a new platform, businesses can now get new computing and security solutions from Intel.
It uses the new 12th Gen Intel Core processors to do this. Intel vPro comes in four different types: Intel vPro Enterprise for Windows, Intel vPro Essentials, and Intel vPro Enterprise for Chrome. Here are the facts.
Intel vPro Platform Details
People who run big businesses will want to use the new Intel vPro Enterprise for Windows, while people who run small and medium-sized companies will want the Intel vPro Essentials.
People use Chromebooks at work, and the Intel vPro Enterprise for Chrome is used by businesses.
The Evo Design one has both the vPro and Evo platforms for the notebooks.
With the help of the new 12th Generation Intel Core processors, the vPro platform is sure to run at high speed.
It also has support for DDR5 RAM and storage and connectivity options like Wi-Fi 6E, Thunderbolt 4, and more.
Intel vPro Eligible Processors
12th-generation Intel Core U9, U15, P28, and H25 mobile processors are supported by the Intel vPro Enterprise for Windows and the Intel vPro Essentials for Windows.
There are three processors that the Intel vPro Enterprise for Chrome can work with: the U9, U15, and P28.
There are also a lot of security features that can be used. Intel vPro runs on Windows; it has the Hardware Shield for all the different security options for Intel vPro Essentials and Enterprise.
Intel’s Control-Flow Enforcement Technology is being used on desktops for the first time. It’s meant to keep malicious codes from being put into apps running in the PC’s memory.
The Intel Total Memory Encryption-Multi-Key and Intel Virtualization Technology with Redirect Protection help make it possible to run different operating systems on the same machine (Intel VT-rp).
Also, Intel’s Threat Detection Technology, which is new to the 12th Gen processors, will help anti-virus software work better.
Chrome devices also have the Intel Total Memory Encryption – Multi-Key and Intel Key Locker features, making them even safer.
Features that aren’t part of the standard Intel Manageability package include Intel Visualization, Intel One-Click Recovery, Intel Remote Platform Erase, and a lot more.