The IPP 7.0 DLLs now have the same names for both the 32 and 64 bit version. Under the previous versions, the names were different; e.g., ippcore-6-1.dll for the 32 bits and ippcoreem64t-6-1.dll for 64 bit. Now the name is ippcore-7.0.dll for both versions. The change is mostly good but exacerbates a prickly problem for development under managed code and VS2010.
AMT is a management technology from Intel. It's embedded in the motherboard (if your laptop or desktop is "VPro") and accessible from the network with a simple and standard web interface.
With AMT (and after configuration at the BIOS level), you can boot your desktop remotely with a simple web service "SOAP" call. And many more ... check www.intel.com/technology/platform-technology/intel-amt for more information and use cases.