La version du navigateur que vous utilisez n'est pas recommandée pour ce site.Nous vous conseillons de mettre à niveau vers la version la plus récente de votre navigateur en cliquant sur l'un des liens suivants.
Veuillez nous excuser, ce PDF peut uniquement être téléchargé
Take Control with the 2nd Gen Intel® Core™ vPro™ Processor: Study Imperial College London establishes remote management of IT resources with 2nd generation Intel®Core™vPro™ processors and supporting softwareSince 2008, Imperial College London has been upgrading the desktop computing resources available to its staff and student body with new Windows* 7 machines supplied by HP and powered by Intel® Core™ vPro™ processors. From the outset, it planned to harness the built-in remote management capabilities of the processors to streamline the way its IT team was able to maintain the computers. Using the free Intel® Setup and Configuration Service (Intel® SCS) software and Intel® vPro™ technology module for Microsoft Windows PowerShell* the college was able to quickly activate the remote connectivity features to work within its existing management environment.Challenges• Uniform: Imperial planned to replace its existing heterogeneous desktop computing – around 10,000 machines – over five years with new PCs offering standard computing hardware• Connectivity: It identified the remote management features in the latest processors as offering an opportunity to simplify everyday maintenance processes• Simple: It needed a solution it could bring online quickly and with minimal need for customization to activate the remote connectivity featuresRead the full Take Control with the 2nd Gen Intel® Core™ vPro™ Processor case study.
Télécharger le PDF
Curley on Energy and Sustainability
Intel’s Lorie Wigle talks about addressing the global demand for energy with new technology.
Create energy grids with smarter generation, transmission, distribution, metering, and consumption.
Energy-efficient products power a greener world by creating a smart energy grid.
Denmark is on track to produce 50% of its energy by 2020 sustainably using intelligent systems by Intel.
Intel collaborates to deliver Synchrophasor solution