It seems that our Developers are spending a lot of time looking for information about HECI drivers. With vPro being around for many years now (we are on our 7th revision going on 8) I was wondering if this piece of Active Management Technology is still a puzzle to developers. In the spirit of figuring out what vPro Developers need, I went through our blogs and put together a collection of blogs here that might be helpful.
Intel AMT lets you connect to your managed computer remotely. SOL lets you connect to its
COM port and control selected input/output. Nothing new there, right?
In the last IDF, Intel pulled back the curtain on a revolutionary feature: Intel KVM. KVM stands for "
Keyboard, Video and Mouse", and it lets you control the, er, keyboard video and mouse of a remote station.
Ylian Saint-Hilaire, a senior architect at Intel, has written a paper called "Extreme Programming with Intel vPro technology- pushing the limits with innovative software " published by the Intel Technology Journal. The paper talks about some of the uses of Intel Active Management Technology (Intel AMT) that goes beyond the intented design of the technology.
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