Haswell makes its debut at Computex

Managing the Changing IT Landscape:  Greater Productivity without Sacrificing Security

by Chris Peters

Some of you may know that Computex Taipei 2013 took place last week. And you may also know that it was here that Intel introduced a new family of Intel® Core™ processors, formerly code-named Haswell. I’m very excited about this business-ready processor family member, the 4th generation Intel Core vPro™ processor.

This new generation of processor is made to directly address some of the current debate around IT consumerization, where mobility and the ease of consumer technology seem to be pitted against the manageability and security of enterprise technology. 4th generation Intel Core vPro processors are designed to bolster both security and productivity across the enterprise, bridging that gap.

A processor that delivers what users want and IT needs

For seven years now, the Intel vPro brand has refined processor security and manageability for IT. And these capabilities remain critical, especially in today’s escalating threat landscape. But new enhancements to this latest processor take things a step further to support mobile productivity on any device, from any location. There are significant improvements to battery life, faster multitasking, and powerful graphics capabilities—with devices that wake in a flash and deliver up-to-the-minute data.

You’ll have to see for yourself. The technology is available in a range of cool new form factors, too, from Ultrabook™ devices and tablets to portable all-in-one models.

Read last week’s news release about 4th generation Intel Core vPro processors.

Personally, I’m really looking forward to the two-in-one devices. Which technology enhancements are you most excited about?

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