UPDATED 21:10 EDT / MARCH 03 2022


Intel vPro platform for 12th Gen Core offers enhanced performance and security

Intel Corp. today announced the latest Intel vPro platform powered by 12th Gen Intel Core, offering what it says are enhanced performance, security, manageability and stability.

Built for businesses, the Intel vPro platform with 12 Gen Intel Core processors is said to provide leading productivity, high performance and the most comprehensive platform security for businesses.

“The next-gen of the Intel vPro platform was designed to deliver even greater security, performance and manageability for all businesses,” Stephanie Hallford, Intel vice president and general manager of Business Client Platforms, said in a statement. “And, with the introduction of 12th Gen Intel Core processors, we are reimagining the way people work with our performance hybrid architecture for business, productivity and multitasking.”

The new vPro offering comes in various mixes. At the top of the list, Intel vPro Enterprise for Windows is a full-featured commercial platform focused on large enterprises and managed businesses. Intel vPro Essentials extends security and device management capabilities previously targeting large enterprises to the small and medium-sized business segment.

The third offering, Intel vPro Enterprise for Chrome OS, protects Chromebooks in business environments. Last is Intel vPro, An Evo Design designed for devices that meet both the Intel vPro and Intel Evo design criteria, such as notebooks.

Under the hood, the technology includes intelligence design pairs, Efficient-cores and Performance-cores, that allow users to multitask and collaborate freely, trusting their PC to handle both user and information technology applications.

On the security side, the new vPro platform includes Intel Threat Detection Technology, which is claimed to be the only hardware-based ransomware detection to improve the efficacy and speed at which the latest attacks are detected.

A new cutting-edge detector can ferret out off-the-land and supply chain-style attacks, called anomalous behavior detection. New silicon-based capabilities also support the next wave of expected operating system virtualization to prevent malicious code invasions.

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