Notice: Intel has discontinued marketing of Intel® WiDi and Intel® Pro WiDi applications, directing users to Intel® Unite™ solution and Miracast*.
Notice: Intel has discontinued marketing and development of Intel® WiDi and Intel® Pro WiDi applications, directing business users to use the Intel® Unite™ solution and consumer users to use Miracast*, natively supported by Windows*.
Desktop computing in the enterprise is evolving beyond the desk with new enterprise use cases for mini PCs, all-in-one devices, and compute sticks.
Intel IT is expanding the role of desktop-class computing beyond the desk. Stationary computing devices such as mini PCs, all-in-one PCs, and compute sticks can be used in a variety of enterprise settings.
Product Brief: Intel IT accelerates touch-enabled business Ultrabook™ device and Microsoft Windows 8* deployment ahead of the original schedule.
Product Brief: Intel IT accelerates the deployment of touch-enabled business Ultrabook™ devices with Microsoft Windows 8* ahead of the original schedule for touch capabilities, increased employee productivity, and lower total cost of ownership.
Tablets and 2 in 1 Ultrabook™ systems with Intel® Core™ processors help boost mobile productivity for Michigan government employees.
The State of Michigan enhances mobile productivity and brings services directly to citizens by deploying new tablets and 2 in 1 Ultrabook™ systems based on Intel® Core™ i5 and i7 vPro™ processors.
See how Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District secures wireless reliability with Chromebooks* powered by Intel, which support 1:1 learning and BYOD.
Case Study: Technology leaders at Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District chose HP Chromebooks* with Intel® processors and wireless components as the platform best able to meet a wide range of K-12 requirements, and provide wireless reliability.
The right device makes all the difference. Learn how Westgate Resorts used Intel-based tablets to transform the way they do business.
A smart health vehicle uses Intel® technologies for mobile computing and the Internet of Things to address critical shortage of rural health services.
A smart health vehicle developed at the University of Kansas uses Intel® technology-based tablets and the Intel® IoT Gateway to help nurse practitioners address the critical shortage of primary care providers in rural America.