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Intel® vPro™ platforms are loaded with features and technologies to deliver best-in-class security protection. Whether it's applying advanced encryption or remotely disabling a stolen/lost PC, systems equipped with Intel® vPro™ technology are designed to keep your data safe.

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Intel® vPro™ Technology

Intel’s investment in Intel® vPro™ technology is entering its tenth anniversary, and it exemplifies our commitment to engineering innovations for business computing. The benefits, capabilities, and features of our new 5th generation Intel® Core™ vPro™ processor and Intel® Core™ M vPro™ processor help IT leadership ensure their workplace can keep up with workforce demands. In addition, Intel® vPro™ technology and accompanying solutions help businesses remain relevant and desired in a competitive market.


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Generic Installation for Intel ® Media Server Studio Purpose This article covers the installation steps for Intel ® Media Server Studio 2018 R1 on Ubuntu 16.04.03 with Kernel 4.4.111 on the hardware Intel ® NUC Kit NUC6i7KYK. Please check the hardware configuration support described in Linux* Release Notes. Support is limited for the "Generic"...
Improve encoding efficiency and video quality with Adaptive LTR Introduction In media application, one important feature of the encoder is to lower the bitrate while keeping the high video quality. Intel® Media SDK has been working hard on improving this capability based on our hardware. Media SDK introduces the Adaptive Long Term Reference (LTR) in the...
An operation guide to build and debug open source Media SDK software stack The Goal Intel started the Media SDK + associated Linux graphics stack/driver open source project in 2017. Now developers can build the full set of the media software components to run Intel® Media SDK completely from open source repositories with the steps described in this article. Developers...
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Intel® Software Guard Extensions Tutorial Series: Part 10, Enclave Analysis and Debugging Learn how to use the Intel SGX Debugger to inspect enclaves in mixed-mode applications such as our Tutorial Password Manager. Then we'll analyze enclave memory usage Enclave Memory Measurement Tool (EMMT).
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Intel® Software Guard Extensions Tutorial Part 9: Power Events and Data Sealing In Part 9 of the Intel® SGX tutorial series we address complexities of the suspend and resume power cycle. We’ll examine data Intel SGX sealing capabilities and apply our learnings to the Tutorial Password Manager.
Use Intel® SGX Templates for the GNU* Autoconf* Build System Learn how to extend the functionality of GNU Autoconf to build software that makes use of Intel® SGX. Includes a download with templates and a sample application source tree.
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Intel® Software Guard Extensions Tutorial Series: Part 8, GUI Integration In Part 8 we integrate the GUI with the back end. We examine implications of mixing managed code with enclaves and how to mitigate the potential for undermining security gained from Intel® SGX.
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CSharp Application with Intel Software Guard Extension C# Application with Intel Software Guard Extension Enclaves must be 100 percent native code and the enclave bridge functions must be 100 percent native code with C (and not C++) linkages, it is possible, indirectly, to make an ECALL into an enclave from .NET and to make an OCALL from an enclave...
Use Case Guide for Audio/Video Conferencing Using Intel® Unite™ Plugins With Intel Unite hub software running on an Intel® vPro™ device, these room can now be a user-friendly, dongle-free environment. Allowing users to connect to the in-room screen over the corporate Wi-Fi* network. The individual connections are made by the meeting participants using the 6-digit PIN...