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January 19, 2016updated 31 Aug 2016 9:55am

Intel announces 6th generation Core vPro processors for enterprise

It comes with multifactor authentication.

By CBR Staff Writer

Intel has announced the 6th generation of Core vPro range of processors aimed at enterprises and businesses.

According to Intel, this latest edition of processors enhance speed and performance and address security and productivity demands of new-age enterprises and businesses.

Intel says that the new generation processors will offer nearly 2.5 times in terms of performance, extend the battery life by three times and will increase graphics performance by 30 times than a regular 5-year old system.

In this next generation of processors, Intel has incorporated a security feature known as Authenticate, a hardware-enhanced multifactor authentication solution.

This helps in strengthening identity protection and makes it less vulnerable to identity and identity and security credential attacks.

This feature is being made available to processors including 2 in 1s, Ultrabooks, All-in-Ones and latest desktops.

Intel says that the new Authenticate feature works at three levels which include a password, a phone number and fingerprint. By using multiple levels of authentication, it removes the need to have long and cumbersome passwords.

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Apart from enhanced security, Intel is also providing updates for its Unite app, a conference room technology.

Intel Business Client division, vice president and general manager Tom Garrison said: "with incredible, new, eye-catching designs, added performance, and longer battery life, the 6th Gen Intel Core and Intel Core vPro processors are setting a new standard for business computing.

"By also adding enhanced security capabilities in the hardware, Intel has helped to make these newest PCs an integral part of a business’s overall security solution, making users more secure and productive than ever before."

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