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Thursday, May 19, 2005
Intel, trying to duplicate the success of its Centrino technology for mobile computers, is launching a desktop PC platform later this month geared specifically for businesses.Intel’s Professional Business Platform will consist of a Pentium 4 processor but will also include features that simplify system management, enhance security and decrease power requirements. Systems based on the platform will be the first to incorporate Intel Active Management Technology that will help a company's computer administrators remotely monitor and protect PCs even when they're turned off or have crashed. Corporate computer administrators will be able to access a complete inventory of what's installed on each computer and make changes. They also can audit for compliance with software licensing agreements.
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