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Intel Shifts to The Next Level by Creating 10th-Generation vPro Processors

Intel is a company so renowned for making computer processors that we couldn’t imagine our lives without it. Surely anyone of us has a PC packed with a processor from Intel, or at least we know somebody who does. But the notorious company headquartered in Santa Clara (California) doesn’t want to stop, as it’s now planning to bring to the market vPro processors from the 10th-generation.

Intel itself announced the new processors last week, stating that they are advanced mobile and desktop PC processors. Furthermore, the processors will deliver more security features, remote manageability, more performance, and more connectivity than previous generations.

Built for business

The new 10th-generation vPro processors from Intel are mainly built for business purposes, as their features point to that. We can mention here the Hardware Shield for threat detection, Wi-Fi 6, better overall application performance, and more.

Stephanie Hallford, the Intel vice president of the Client Computing Group, said the following:

“Built for business, the Intel vPro platform is a comprehensive PC foundation for performance, hardware-enhanced security, manageability and stability,”

“With our new 10th Gen Intel Core vPro processors, we’ve enhanced that solid PC foundation to help tackle not only today’s challenges, but also those of future work environments across the PC lifecycle.”

But the good news is not over for Intel’s new vPro processors, as they include PC maintenance, Intel Endpoint Management Assistance for deskside support and Intel Active Management Technology, and employee downtime with remote manageability for devices.

It’s nice to see that the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic isn’t ruining the plans for all the tech companies, as Intel proves it very well along with other huge names from the tech world like Samsung, Apple, and more. In the US, the virus has infected over 1.5 million people and killed over 90,000, according to


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