Intel AMT Features > Storage Administration and Operations

Storage Administration and Operations

The storage feature enables ISV applications to allocate and use Non-Volatile Memory (NVM) that Intel AMT manages locally on the client platform. Data placed in an NVM memory block are persistent. As a result, this data can be accessed even while the Operating System (OS) is not functioning or is uninstalled, as long as the system is physically connected to power and to a network.


The functionality that the Storage feature provides is also referred to as Third Party Data Storage (3PDS).



The storage feature was deprecated in Release 11.0. In its place, the Web Application Hosting feature has been implemented.


In Intel ME, the Storage feature (3PDS) was removed from the Intel ME. When updating firmware from an earlier version to Intel ME or later, files that were previously stored in the 3PDS will not be deleted by the Intel ME, and will take up space from the Web Application Hosting feature's quota. Intel therefore recommends deleting these files before performing the firmware update.

For more information about the Storage feature, see the following:

   Detailed Description

   CIM Elements


   Use Cases

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