Intel Agreement Regarding WHQL Reseller Program (Intel Agreement regarding WHQL) Instructions:
Intel will grant reseller permission for Intel® desktop and Intel® Server Products in accordance with Microsoft’s* procedures for granting permission to companies upon the receipt of the signed Intel Agreement regarding WHQL.
||This agreement is between Intel and your company.|
Instructions for completing and returning the Intel Agreement regarding WHQL:
- Print two hard copies of the Intel Agreement regarding WHQL
Intel Agreement Regarding WHQL Reseller Submission (PDF)
Size: 477 KB
Date: August 2012
Note: PDF Files require Adobe Acrobat* Reader
- Sign both hard copies of the original Intel Agreement regarding WHQL
- Mail the two original signed hard copies to:
5200 NE Elam Young Parkway
Hillsboro, OR 97124-6463
To expedite the approval process you can email a scanned copy of the signed agreement along with the Intel product names you would like to be resold to your company to: Whql.firstname.lastname@example.org.
||Your company name on the Intel Agreement regarding WHQL must match with the company name used in the Microsoft Windows* Quality Online Service (WQOS) account.|
As soon as Intel has received the scanned copy, your company will be added to the Intel Master Company list for the Microsoft Reseller Program.
To setup a Microsoft Windows Quality Online Service (WQOS) Account go to: Windows Dev Center Hardware and Desktop Dashboard* and follow the online instructions.
- If you have any questions or problems completing the online Microsoft Reseller Submission, contact your Microsoft representative or send email to winqual.microsoft.com.
- If you have any questions regarding the Microsoft logo’d Intel desktop or server products, contact your Intel representative or the Intel Testing for WHQL help email alias at Whql.email@example.com.
See the complete list of Microsoft Windows* Hardware Quality Labs (WHQL) reports
Building systems using Intel® building blocks makes it considerably easier for system integrators to receive the Microsoft "Designed for Windows" logo. When you see the "Designed for Windows" logo, it signifies that the system or device meets Microsoft's standard for hardware compatibility with the specified Microsoft Windows operating system. For more information regarding the Microsoft Windows Logo Program please visit the "Designed for Windows" Home Page.
Intel products are submitted to Microsoft Windows Hardware Quality Labs (WHQL) for participation in the Windows Logo Program. Successful passage of the WHQL tests results in both the "Designed for Windows" logo for qualifying Intel Building Blocks, and a listing on the Microsoft Hardware Compatibility List (HCL).
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