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Intel® Hardware-Based Technologies for Intelligent Systems

Discover hardware-based technologies that lower costs, increase security, and simplify the management of intelligent systems. (v.1, Aug. 2013)

Intel® vPro™ Technology Enhances Remote Management

Demonstrates the cost-saving benefits of Intel® AMT and Intel® vPro™ technology through remote management capabilities. (v.1, Sept. 2010)

Remote System Tests with the Intel® Management Engine Test Suite

The Intel® Management Engine Test Suite remotely accesses and tests a system with Intel® AMT, ensuring compliance regulations are met. (Mar. 2012)

The Basics of Intel® Architecture

White Paper: Describes the basic operation and function of platform ingredients used in three classes of Intel® architecture platforms. (Jan. 2009)

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PCI DSS Compliance for Retail Devices with Intel® vPro™ Technology

White Paper: Describes the use of Intel® AMT for remote management in environments that must meet PCI DSS requirements. (v.001, Jan. 2013)

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Intel® Active Management Technology Configuration Utility: Guide

User Guide: Describes the Intel® Active Management Technology Configuration Utility, including prerequisites, and security and network requirements.

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Intel® 64 and IA-32 Architectures Software Developer Manuals

Downloadable software developer manuals and CD-ROM resource ordering information for Intel® 64 and IA-32 architectures.

How Intel® Rack Scale Architecture Works

See how Intel® Rack Scale Architecture works to manage storage servers and deploy storage pooling software, such as EMC ScaleIO, and CoprHD*.

Secure PMU Access with User-Space Profilers

White Paper: Proposes a method for granting PMU Model Specific Register read and write access to user-space profilers in a secure manner.

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14 nm Transistor Explained—Following the Path of Moore’s Law

Intel Fellow Mark Bohr discusses the new 14 nm transistor process and how the improved tri-gate fin design enables greater computing experiences.