Spend Smart, Do More, Be More Secure:

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1

Intel Confidential

Spend Smart, Do More,
Be More Secure:

Keep Your Small Business Efficient

in an Economic Downturn

2

In Today’s Economy, Everyone is
Re
-
evaluating Spending

Changing business
conditions have led to
1


…a reevaluation of
spending
1

3

The Top of Mind Questions for Business
IT decision makers are…

Investing Wisely Now Can Help Save Cost, Increase
Productivity and Prepare You for the Turnaround…

Why invest now?

And, if I do invest…







…where should I invest?

…how will I maximize ROI?

…how will I know it’s an
investment for the long run?

…should I purchase, lease,
or finance this year?

4


AsiaInfo Services

Oct’08


“…even in the face of the global
economic recession,
Chinese B2B
ecommerce vendors have witnessed a
growth of 81.7%

...”


Celent, Dec’08


“…the worst pain is in
manual accounts payable processes, paper
-
based communications with suppliers, and
poor control over the financial supply chain…
vendors of products that ease these
pain points are poised for 25
-
50%
annual growth rates
.

The Small Business ICT Environment Has
Changed Greatly Since 2005

Internet Users Growth

Growth from 2000
-
2008

Source: Internet World Stats Q109
1

128%

170%

271%

469%

The world is connected

North
America

Oceania/
Aus.

Europe

Asia

Latin
America

860%

Africa

1100%

1269%

Middle
East

Communicating has gone video

74%

% US Business BB Users who
Watch or Download Video

Source: Pew Internet July 2007
2

Youtube

Hulu

Yooku

Video.web.de

Mobility is not a luxury

AMI Partners, Feb’09
-

“Mobility among US
SMBs has increased from just two years
ago. Nearly
50% of SB

and nearly
90%
of MB

now report having workers that
travel at least 4
-
5 days per month

for
business

Business is borderless

Revision
-

01

5

The Small Business ICT Environment Has
Changed Greatly Since 2005

*AMI Partners


Top EM SMB IT trends. 2007

Source: Symantec Corporation, Apr’08

Security threats are
growing exponentially
1

Energy compliance
regulations are everywhere
2

6

Can the PC Installed Base Meet These Challenges?

The % of Small
Businesses with PCs
> 3 years old can
approach 50%

Security

PCs older than 3 years can experience
up to 1.6x more security incidents
1

Maintenance

Repair cost on a PC older than 3 years
can run up to 1.65x more
1

Multi
-
tasking
productivity

2.6X faster
2

1min 8sec (DT)


3min 1sec (DT)

Energy
efficiency

>1.5x better
3

66 watts (DT)

20.3 watts (NB)


100.9 watts (DT)

33 watts (NB)

Video

encoding for
web upload

2.6x faster DT,
1.3x faster NB
4

1 min 20 sec (DT)

1 min 39 sec (NB)



3 min 35 sec (DT)

2 min 8 sec (NB)

E8500

P4 630

Older PCs Impact Cost, Competitiveness and Risk

P8600

T2700

36%

> 3 years

All SB

> 3 years

SB w/ 50
-
99 employees

48%

7

6x Faster

complete tasks + security scan running
3



6x Faster


complete tasks + security scan running
3




+

32%

reduced system downtime
6

Great Productivity

1.65x


3x


1.6x

Up to

Up to

Up to

REDUCTION IN PC
MAINTAINENCE COSTS
1

Spend Smart

Do More

FASTER

MULTI
-
TASKING
2

Be More Secure

REDUCTION IN SECURITY
INCIDENTS

WITH NEW PCs
1

Refreshing PCs Makes Good Business
Sense

Greatest Productivity

Up To

Up to

Intel
®

Core™2 Duo PCs

Intel
®

vPro™ Technology PCs

8

Spend

Smart

Do
More

Be
More

Secure


PCs older than 3 years can experience >1.2x additional
downtime hours
1


Small businesses are 4.5x more likely to experience
hard drive failure with PCs older than 3 years.
1


Newer PCs can draw 50% less power on average
2


PCs older than 3 years can experience up to 1.6x more
security incidents
1



Older PCs are not as effective in running the latest
security software
6


New PCs have built
-
in technologies to

improve security
7


Multi
-
task 3X faster than a typical 3 year old desktop
3


Perform excel calculations 2X faster than a typical 3
-
year
-
old notebook
4


5X faster Wi
-
Fi performance and an advanced chip
design, letting you stay unplugged
5


Refreshing PCs in 2009


9

E8500

3.16GHz/6MB

>1.5x

better!

66.0 watts

P4 630

3.00GHz/2MB

100.9 watts

Average Power Draw based on

Energy Efficient Performance
1



(Lower is better)

Intel
®

Core™2 Duo Processor and Centrino™2
Processor
-
based Systems Save Power


Processor Technology That Can Help Save Money

P8600

2.40GHz/3MB

>1.6x
better!

20.3 watts

T2700

2.33GHz/2MB

33.0 watts

Average Power Draw based on

Energy Efficient Performance
1



(Lower is better)

10

E8500

3.16GHz/6MB

2.2x
faster
128 points

E5200

2.50GHz/2MB

Today’s PCs Can Do Much More Than in 2005…


Zip a file while
moving a file from
Powerpoint* to
OneNote 2007*
2


(
Lower is better)

Multitasking
with office
productivity
applications
1


(
higher is better)

P4 630

3.00GHz/2MB

59 points

1.4x
faster
178 points

Typical 3 year old DT

2.1x
faster
1 min 25 sec

3 min 1 sec

1.25x
faster
1 min 8 sec

P8600

Time to encode 4
(<1 minute each)
HDV video clips
for YouTube
4

Time to perform

Excel* calculations

on a large data
set
3

T2700

33 seconds

2x
faster
17 seconds

Typical 3 year old NB

2 min 8 sec

1.3x
faster
1 min 39 sec

* Other names and sources may be claimed as the property of others

11

Intel
®

IT
Director

(Desktop only 2009)



Health dashboard
for a small business
owner to receive
alerts and improve
security and data
protection for up to
25 PCs

Intel
®

vPro
Technology



Ensure vital security
software is running



Protect your data by
isolating infected systems
from the network



Reliably and quickly
deploy security patches

New PCs Provide Higher Levels of Security

Intel
®

Anti
-
Theft
Technology
2

(PC protection


NB only 2009)



Send poison pill to a stolen
Notebook to prevent access
to the OS

Frequency of Incidents

# Incidents/PC/Year


2.55

Desktop

3.26

< 3 years

> 3 years

Older PCs Have Higher
Rates of Security
Incidents
1

2.22

Notebook

3.50

< 3 years

> 3 years

12

1
st

PC Purchase? Technology is the
Roadmap to Small Business Success


Grow your business and attract more
customers


Sell products and services on
-
line


Improve and increase communications with
customers, partners, employees


Access essential information online


Work smarter


Automate customer ordering and invoicing


Store customer and product info in one place


Track orders from production to fulfillment


Streamline accounting, inventory, finance


Stay ahead of the competition


Track your company’s health and
profitability


Access competitor information quickly, so
you can act immediately


Learn about local, regional and global issues
affecting your business


Over
55%

state
improved
company
image

as a
reason
1


~
75%

state
improved
business
process
efficiency

as
a reason
1




~
55%

state
better
decision
making

as a
reason
1



Of Those
Considering
a Purchase

13

Why Buy Mobile?

Spend

Smart

Do More

Be More

Secure


Manage remote notebooks more securely
with Intel
®
vPro™ technology


even over
Wi
-
Fi
4


Send a poison pill to a stolen Notebook to
prevent access to the OS with Intel
®

Anti
-
Theft Technology.
5


Nearly 65% of small businesses report that
employees who travel can be more productive
with a notebook
1


Up to 5X better wireless performance & up to
2x greater range with Intel
®

Centrino
®

2
processor technology.
3


Get additional productivity from your
employees
1


Reduce system power consumption 26X
over desktop in a managed environment
2

14

Spend Smart

Moving to Mobile Saves Energy

Saving Money through lower Energy Consumption


















































Managed
Mobile

Unmanaged

CRT to LCD monitor

Intel
®

Core™2 Duo
Processor, Unmanaged
then Managed

Intel
®

Pentium
®

D
Processor 945

Client
w/CRT

Client
w/LCD

KWh Consumption per Year

Intel
®

Core™2 Duo

Processor E7200

Intel
®

Core™2
Duo Processor
T9400

Managed

Managed

Un
-

Managed

Estimated Annual Energy Consumption
1

Typical 3
-
year old desktop

Typical 1
-
year old desktop

>26x Reduction by going mobile

Go Mobile, Go Green, Spend Smart, Save Money

1008

922

491

192

38

15

“Going Mobile” Improves Productivity & Agility

Mobility is not a luxury

AMI Partners, Feb’09
-

“Mobility
among US SMBs has increased
from just two years ago. Nearly
50% of SB

and nearly
90% of
MB

now report having workers
that
travel at least 4
-
5 days
per month

for business

Get better productivity
with notebooks:



Nearly 65% of small
businesses report that
employees who travel can
be more productive with a
notebook.
1




More than half of small
businesses state improved
productivity as a reason
for buying additional
notebooks.
1


Get better range and speed with Intel® Centrino® 2 Processor Technology

Up to 5x better wireless performance and up to 2x greater range
2

16

Intel
®

vPro™
Technology



Ensure vital security software is
running



Protect your data by isolating
infected systems from the network



Reliably and quickly deploy
security patches

New Notebooks Provide Higher Levels
of Security

Intel
®

Anti
-
Theft
Technology
2

(PC protection)



Send poison pill to a stolen


Notebook to prevent access


to the OS

Frequency of Incidents

# Incidents/PC/Year


Older Notebooks have
higher rates of security
incidents
1

2.22

Notebook

3.50

< 3 years

> 3 years

17

Why Intel
®

Core™ Duo??

Spend

Smart

Do More

Be More

Secure


Get up to 5X better wireless performance
today and be ready for faster wireless N
coming soon
5


Complete tasks 6X faster while running
background security scans
6



Multi
-
task 3X faster than a typical

3
-
year
-
old desktop
3


Perform excel calculations 2X faster than a
typical 3
-
year
-
old notebook
4


Intel
®

Core™2 Duo processor
-

based PCs draw
50% less power on average
1


Get 5X the speed, 2X the range AND the
longest possible battery life
2

18

E8500

Over 3x
better!

178

P4 630

59

Intel
®

Core™2 Duo
Processors Can Help Improve
Productivity...

Multitasking
with office
productivity
applications

(higher is better)

Run complex
spreadsheets
while running a
virus scan

(lower is better)

6x
faster!

10 seconds

60 seconds

Over 1.5x
better!

66.0 watts

100.9 watts

Average Power
Draw based on
Energy Efficient
Performance

(lower is better)

…and Increase
Energy Efficiency!

Encode 4 (<1
minute) HDV
video clips for
YouTube*

(lower is better)

2.6x
faster!

1 min. 20 sec.

3 min. 35 sec.

New Desktops Help You Do More and Save Money

19

P8600

2x
faster!

17 seconds

T2700

33 seconds

Intel
®

Centrino
®
2
Processors Can Help
Improve Productivity...


Over 1.6x

better!

20.3 watts

33.0 watts

Average Power
Draw based on
Energy Efficient
Performance
4

(lower is better)

…and Increase
Energy Efficiency!

Run complex
spreadsheets
while running
a virus scan
1

(lower is better)

Encode 4 (<1
minute) HDV
video clips for
YouTube*
2

(lower is better)

Run Word* +
Powerpoint*
and virus
scan
3

(lower is better)

1.3x
faster!

1 min. 39 sec.

2 min. 8 sec.

1.3x
faster!

1 min. 50 sec.

2 min. 24 sec.

New Notebooks Help You Do More and Save Money

20

Complete tasks
faster while
continuously
scanning for
viruses



Run complex
spreadsheets while
running a
background security
scan 6X faster on
desktop and 2X
faster on notebook
3

Intel
®

IT
Director

(Desktop only 2009)



Health dashboard
for a small business
owner to receive
alerts and improve
security and data
protection for up to
25 PCs

Intel
®

vPro™
Technology



Ensure vital security
software is running



Protect your data by
isolating infected systems
from the network



Reliably and quickly
deploy security patches

New PCs Provide Higher Levels
of Security

Intel
®

Anti
-
Theft
Technology
1

(PC protection


NB only 2009)



Send poison pill to a stolen
Notebook to prevent access to
the OS

Frequency of Incidents

# Incidents/PC/Year

2.55

Desktop

3.26

< 3 years

> 3 years

Older PCs have higher
rates of security incidents
2

2.22

Notebook

3.50

< 3 years

> 3 years

21

Why Buy Intel
®

vPro™ Technology?

Spend

Smart

Do
More

Be
More

Secure


Intel

vPro technology
-
based PCs have

built
-
in technologies to help keep systems more
secure


Faster patch saturation


a US
-
based service
providers has achieved 95% saturation 95% faster
5


Reduce average system downtime by up to 32%
2


Increase IT tech to PC ratio


a US
-
based service
provider improved by 3.5X
3


Further reduce energy cost


two US service providers
helped businesses save 25
-
33% in a managed
environment with Intel
®
vPro™ technology
1


Reduce average time to repair hardware up to 60%
and average time to repair software up to 50%
2


Reduce average desk
-
side visits by up to 50%
2

22


Enables Better Employee Productivity
by
allowing service providers to conduct critical
maintenance after hours.


Get Down Systems Up and Running Faster
by allowing service providers to more securely
repair unhealthy or unresponsive systems
remotely.


Improve Data Security
by providing service
providers a means to install the latest virus patch
updates

even if after hours when all systems
are off.


Reduce Energy Consumption
by allowing
employees to shut down systems after hours

and know that they are still protected.


Why Buy Intel® vPro™ Technology?

Intel
®

Centrino
®

2 with vPro™ technology and Intel
®

Core™2
Duo processor with vPro™ technology offer a number of
benefits via hardware
-
integrated security and manageability
features, such as:


23

Summary

Spend Smart, Do More, Be More Secure

24

BACK UP

Intel Confidential

25

Intel Confidential

Intel
®

vPro


Technology Delivers Value

to SMB IT Service Providers

“Any time we have to do a truck roll, it will cost
us 2 hours and $200 minimum. We estimate

Intel vPro technology will reduce the total time to
remediate a hardware problem by 33% and
eliminate 25% of desk
-
side visits.”



Sabio Information Technologies

“For hardware problems, the ability to
diagnose remotely cuts the repair from two
field visits to one. Our average time to repair
a software problem has gone from 24 hours
to four hours.”



Nex
-
Tech

26

Real Results


Actual customer experiences with Intel
®

vPro™ technology

Company

Benefit

B.R. Kreider and Son

Excavating and paving small business

Founded over 70 years ago, B. R. Kreider & Son, an excavating and paving
company, is moving quickly to deploy PCs with Intel
®

vPro™ technology to
reduce user downtime
, allow the company more billable work hours in the
workday, and
lower the cost of owning PCs
.




“The real benefit of Intel vPro is that it’s
giving us more hours in the
workday
, and that makes our business more profitable.”
Jim Kreider, Vice
President of Operations


Crown Packaging

Packaging small business

After installing PCs with Intel
®

vPro™ technology, Crown Packaging is seeing
reduced on
-
site servicing, faster response times from their service provider, and
lower service costs. The company already
expects to reduce downtime by 30
worker hours a month
, a critical benefit in maintaining 100% on
-
time delivery
of their products.



“We are very impressed with Intel vPro. We are already seeing fewer
interruptions to business and faster service in general.”
Kathleen Hinders

NW Newborn Specialists

Physician network small business

With a user base of high
-
profile and impatient physicians, NW Newborn
Specialists was looking to reduce user interruptions and lower IT costs. Now that
they are using PCs with Intel
®

vPro™ technology, the company is
improving
user productivity and saving time and money in almost every service
area
, from security updates and patching to hardware diagnostics and off
-
hours
maintenance.


“Our users demand PCs that are always up and working, fast, and secure. With
Intel vPro, we can give them what they want, meet industry requirements, and
actually
save money on IT
.”
Carolyn Kraus, IT Specialist


27

LEGAL &
FOOTNOTES

Intel Confidential

28

Legal and Footnotes

*Other names and brands are property of others

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TechAisle research Q1 2009
http://www.techaisle.com/


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http://www.internetworldstats.com/dsl.htm

2
-

http://www.pewinternet.org/PPF/r/219/report_display.asp


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1
http://www.symantec.com/business/resources/articles/article.jsp?aid=what_smbs_are_up_against_todays_dynamic_threa
t_landscape

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Intel Corporation


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1
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TechAisle research Q1 2009
http://www.techaisle.com/

2
-

Multi
-
Tasking Productivity Multitasking workload zipping a file while moving another file from Powerpoint to OneNote. WinZi
p
workload creates a zip file of approximately 110 MB in size. Powerpoint 2007 workload is a training manual with JPG
images and consists of 24 slides and 3.9 MB in size. These slides are printed to OneNote 2007 using “Send To
OneNote2007” virtual printer. Once it is imported to OneNote2007 it is very convenient for annotation purposes, the user
can add notes and also search for text within images. Desktop P630 Configuration: Intel® Pentium® 4 processor (2MB
L2, 3.00GHz, 800MHz FSB), (P4P 630) HT
-
ON on D945GCL Dual channel DS Micron 1GB (2x512MB) DDR2
-
667 5
-
5
-
5
-
15
with Integrated 945G + Seagate 320GB NCQ SATA2 (BIOS:0034, INF: 8.4.0.1016, Graphics: 15.6.1.1437). Desktop
E8500 Configuration: Intel® Core™ 2 Duo E8400 (6MB L2, 3.16GHz, 1333MHz FSB), Intel Desktop DQ45CB Q45 Dual
channel DS Micron 2GB (2x1GB) DDR2
-
800 5
-
5
-
5
-
18 with Integrated Intel X4500 graphics + Seagate 320GB NCQ SATA2
(BIOS:0059, INF: 9.0.0.1007, Graphics: 15.9.9.1527) Windows* Vista* Ultimate 32bit.

3
-

Energy Cost EEP
-

EEP 2.0 methodology is built on six SYSmark* 2007 Preview runs per day. Standard benchmarking
practice runs each benchmark three times and uses the median of the three runs. For illustrative purposes, however, we
will use a single run. The key metrics for EEP 2.0 are performance, as represented by the SYSmark* 2007 score, and the
average power draw. For more information on EEP, go to:
http://www.intelcapabilitiesforum.net/EEP
-
page_all/
.


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Legal and Footnotes

Page 9 Continued

4
-

Video Encoding
Time to encode 4 HDV clips into a video clip format for YouTube* using Windows Vista* Movie Maker.
Windows Vista* MovieMaker to create a video and prepare it to share with others on YouTube. YouTube recommends
uploading 320x240 resolution, 30fps, mpeg
-
4 format videos. The input files are four HDV video clips in dvr
-
ms format
captured from an HD camcorder using MovieMaker*. The four clips in length are 57sec, 28sec, 24sec, and 30sec and their
respective sizes are 181316KB, 87941KB, 77765KB and 95493KB. Including transitions, title page and credits, the output
video is 2min 21sec and 62335KB in compressed 320x240, 30fps wmv (mpeg
-
4) format. Desktop Configuration: Same as
multi
-
tasking. Notebook Configurations: Intel® Core™ 2 Duo processor P8600 (2.4GHz, 3MB L2, 1066MHz FSB), Model:
Lenovo T400 Type=2768
-
CTO, ID=6475W9D, Memory: Micron Technology 8JSF12864HY
-
1G1D1, 6
-
6
-
6
-
15, DDR3
-
1066,
2GB (2x1GB), HDD: Hitachi HTS723232L9A360 200GB, 7200RPM, Graphics: GM45, Mobile Intel 4 Series Express Chipset
Family Graphic Ver.7.15.10.1502, Other: 14” LCD, Intel WiFi Link 5300, wireless, Battery


Sanyo 42T5262, 56WH,
Windows Vista* Ultimate 32bit, Intel® Core™ Duo processor T2700 (2.33GHz, 2M L2, 667MHz FSB), Model: IBM T60
(Lenovo 1951V4F), Memory: Micron Technology PC2
-
5300, 5
-
5
-
5
-
12
-
20, 2GB (2x1GB), HDD: Hitachi
HTS721010G9S9SA00 100GB, 7200RPM, Graphics: Integrated Graphics (ver. 7.14.0010.1329) , Mobile Intel 945 Express
Chipset Family (ver 8.1.1.1010), Other: 13.75” LCD, Intel PRO/Wireless 3945AB, Battery


Panasonic 92P1139, 56.16WH,
Windows Vista* Ultimate 32bit


Page 10

1
-

TechAisle research Q1 2009
http://www.techaisle.com/

2
-

Multi
-
Tasking Productivity Multitasking workload zipping a file while moving another file from Powerpoint to OneNote. WinZi
p
workload creates a zip file of approximately 110 MB in size. Powerpoint 2007 workload is a training manual with JPG
images and consists of 24 slides and 3.9 MB in size. These slides are printed to OneNote 2007 using “Send To
OneNote2007” virtual printer. Once it is imported to OneNote2007 it is very convenient for annotation purposes, the user
can add notes and also search for text within images. Desktop P630 Configuration: Intel® Pentium® 4 processor (2MB
L2, 3.00GHz, 800MHz FSB), (P4P 630) HT
-
ON on D945GCL Dual channel DS Micron 1GB (2x512MB) DDR2
-
667 5
-
5
-
5
-
15
with Integrated 945G + Seagate 320GB NCQ SATA2 (BIOS:0034, INF: 8.4.0.1016, Graphics: 15.6.1.1437). Desktop
E8500 Configuration: Intel® Core™ 2 Duo E8500 (6MB L2, 3.16GHz, 1333MHz FSB), Intel Desktop DQ45CB Q45 Dual
channel DS Micron 2GB (2x1GB) DDR2
-
800 5
-
5
-
5
-
18 with Integrated Intelb X4500 graphics + Seagate 320GB NCQ SATA2
(BIOS:0059, INF: 9.0.0.1007, Graphics: 15.9.9.1527) Windows* Vista* Ultimate 32bit.




30

Legal and Footnotes

Page 10 continued

3
-

Video Encoding Time to encode 4 HDV clips into a video clip format for YouTube* using Windows Vista* Movie Maker.
Windows Vista* MovieMaker to create a video and prepare it to share with others on YouTube. YouTube recommends
uploading 320x240 resolution, 30fps, mpeg
-
4 format videos. The input files are four HDV video clips in dvr
-
ms format
captured from an HD camcorder using MovieMaker*. The four clips in length are 57sec, 28sec, 24sec, and 30sec and their
respective sizes are 181316KB, 87941KB, 77765KB and 95493KB. Including transitions, title page and credits, the output
video is 2min 21sec and 62335KB in compressed 320x240, 30fps wmv (mpeg
-
4) format. Desktop Configuration: Same as
multi
-
tasking. Notebook Configurations: Intel® Core™ 2 Duo processor P8600 (2.4GHz, 3MB L2, 1066MHz FSB), Model:
Lenovo T400 Type=2768
-
CTO, ID=6475W9D, Memory: Micron Technology 8JSF12864HY
-
1G1D1, 6
-
6
-
6
-
15, DDR3
-
1066,
2GB (2x1GB), HDD: Hitachi HTS723232L9A360 200GB, 7200RPM, Graphics: GM45, Mobile Intel 4 Series Express Chipset
Family Graphic Ver.7.15.10.1502, Other: 14” LCD, Intel WiFi Link 5300, wireless, Battery


Sanyo 42T5262, 56WH,
Windows Vista* Ultimate 32bit, Intel® Core™ Duo processor T2700 (2.33GHz, 2M L2, 667MHz FSB), Model: IBM T60
(Lenovo 1951V4F), Memory: Micron Technology PC2
-
5300, 5
-
5
-
5
-
12
-
20, 2GB (2x1GB), HDD: Hitachi
HTS721010G9S9SA00 100GB, 7200RPM, Graphics: Integrated Graphics (ver. 7.14.0010.1329) , Mobile Intel 945 Express
Chipset Family (ver 8.1.1.1010), Other: 13.75” LCD, Intel PRO/Wireless 3945AB, Battery


Panasonic 92P1139, 56.16WH,
Windows Vista* Ultimate 32bit


4
-

A new Intel® Core™2 Duo processor E8500
-
based desktop can perform a complex spreadsheet calculation plus run virus
scan continuously in the background

6X

faster than a 3
-
year
-
old Intel® Pentium® 4 processor 630
-
based desktop.
Desktop scenario

-

Complex spreadsheet calculations plus virus scan


A financial analyst performs a stock analysis
using Microsoft Excel* to determine a theoretical call and put price based on the stock's historical data.


At the same time,
an automatically scheduled Windows* Defender* virus scan starts. A new Intel® Centrino® 2 processor P8600
-
based
notebook can conduct video compression, document conversion to PDF and virus scan continuously in the background
30%

faster than a 2
-
year
-
old Intel Centrino 2 T2700
-
based notebook.
Notebook scenario

-

a business user is preparing
for a presentation.


The user starts by using Vista* MovieMaker to resize digital video content to a lower resolution in
order to place it into the presentation slides. After starting the video compression, the user starts conversion of a
Microsoft Word* document to Adobe Acrobat* PDF format for digital distribution to the presentation audience. As the user
starts the file conversion, an automated McAfee virus scan, initiated by the IT department, begins in the background.

5
-

Some newer PCs have technologies that can provide added protection against viruses and attacks with programmable
defense filters and automatically isolate an infected PC from the network before it can infect other PCs.


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-

Desktop: Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 vs. Intel Pentium 4 630. Notebook Intel Centrino 2 P8600 vs. Intel Centrino Duo T2700.
Energy Efficient Performance
-

EEP 2.0 methodology is built on six SYSmark* 2007 Preview runs per day. Standard
benchmarking practice runs each benchmark three times and uses the median of the three runs. For illustrative purposes,
however, we will use a single run. The key metrics for EEP 2.0 are performance, as represented by the SYSmark* 2007
score, and the average power draw. Energy Efficient Performance is a measure of a CPU performance and its associated
energy use, measured in watts, using SYSmark* 2007 preview. This data compares the comparing Intel® Centrino® 2
P8600 processor
-
based notebook to theoretical installed base using an Intel® Centrino® Duo processor T2700
-
based
notebook with comparable frequency. Visit http://intelcapabilitiesforum.net/eep/ for EEP methodology.


3
-
Workload/Test: SYSmark*2007 overall combined score. E
-
Learning The user views a presentation directing the production of a
web based interactive training tool. The user edits a variety of images, in bitmap and vector graphics formats, making
visual quality changes, resizing and saving to new formats for use in the training material. The user creates a PDF file of
a
group of images, and an image is converted from bitmap to vector graphics format. The user completes the training tool
by importing the edited images, as well as previously created audio and video clips. The user publishes the resulting tool
in a web compatible format. Video Creation A user processes a variety of content to create a video. The user edits a group
of images, making visual quality changes, resizing and saving them to new formats. The user encodes multiple videos for
use in creating a final composite video. All of the separate pieces are assembled, creating a final uncompressed video.
From this uncompressed video, two versions with different amounts of compression are created. One, targeted for
downloading, with less compression, the other targeted for streaming, with more compression. Productivity The user
opens a file and searches, the document for a keyword. The user continues the search in an e
-
mail application. The user
archives the entire inbox, before sending a new e
-
mail. The user opens spreadsheets to perform iterative data analysis.
While performing this analysis, documents and email data are compressed into a single file. Opening a presentation, the
user imports slides from another presentation along with a spreadsheet. Returning to the spreadsheet, the user organizes
the data and formats the data for readability. The user opens a project management tool, performing data management
tasks before creating a web format based copy of the schedule. 3D Modeling The user opens a 3D model, rendering it out
to a high
-
resolution image. The user opens an architectural scene, exporting the scene to a different 3D modeling format.
The user then renders an animated flyby of the scene. E8500 Configuration: Intel® Core™ 2 Duo E8500 (6MB L2,
3.16GHz, 1066MHz FSB), Intel Desktop DQ45CB Q45 Dual channel DS Micron 2GB (2x1GB) DDR2
-
800 5
-
5
-
5
-
18 with
Integrated Intel X4500 graphics + Seagate 320GB NCQ SATA2 (BIOS:0059, INF: 9.0.0.1007, Graphics: 15.9.9.1527)
Windows* Vista* Ultimate 32bit. P4 630 Configuration: Intel® Pentium® 4 processor (2MB L2, 3.00GHz, 800MHz FSB),
(P4P 630) HT
-
ON on D945GCL Dual channel DS Micron 1GB (2x512MB) DDR2
-
667 5
-
5
-
5
-
15 with Integrated 945G +
Seagate 320GB NCQ SATA2 (BIOS:0034, INF: 8.4.0.1016, Graphics: 15.6.1.1437).

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4
-

Workload: Excel number crunch using the most common calculations. See
http://www.intel.com/performance/resources/perf_doc.htm#guides
for more information. Configuration: Intel® Core™ 2
Duo processor P8600 (2.4GHz, 3MB L2, 1066MHz FSB), Model: Lenovo T400 Type=2768
-
CTO, ID=6475W9D, Memory:
Micron Technology 8JSF12864HY
-
1G1D1, 6
-
6
-
6
-
15, DDR3
-
1066, 2GB (2x1GB), HDD: Hitachi HTS723232L9A360 200GB,
7200RPM, Graphics: GM45, Mobile Intel 4 Series Express Chipset Family Graphic Ver.7.15.10.1502, Other: 14” LCD, Intel
WiFi Link 5300, wireless, Battery


Sanyo 42T5262, 56WH, Windows Vista* Ultimate 32bit, Intel® Core™ Duo processor
T2700 (2.33GHz, 2M L2, 667MHz FSB), Model: IBM T60 (Lenovo 1951V4F), Memory: Micron Technology PC2
-
5300, 5
-
5
-
5
-
12
-
20, 2GB (2x1GB), HDD: Hitachi HTS721010G9S9SA00 100GB, 7200RPM, Graphics: Integrated Graphics (ver.
7.14.0010.1329) , Mobile Intel 945 Express Chipset Family (ver 8.1.1.1010), Other: 13.75” LCD, Intel PRO/Wireless
3945AB, Battery


Panasonic 92P1139, 56.16WH, Windows Vista* Ultimate 32bit

5
-

Up to 2x greater range and up to 5x better performance (compared to 802.11a/g) with Intel® Centrino® 2 processor
technology
-
enabled notebooks. Actual results may vary based on your specific hardware, connection rate, site conditions,
and software configurations. See
http://www.intel.com/performance/mobile/wireless/index.ht m

for more information.
Wireless N standard currently not available in all countries. Check with your PC and access point manufacturer for details.
GENERAL WIRELESS N DISCLAIMER: Requires Intel® Next
-
Gen Wireless N technology and Connect with Intel® Centrino®
processor technology certified wireless N access point. Wireless N access points without the Connect with Intel Centrino
processor technology identifier may require additional firmware for increased performance results. Wireless N standard
currently not available in all countries Check with your PC and access point manufacturer for details.

6
-

A new Intel Core 2 Duo E8500
-
based desktop can perform a complex spreadsheet calculation plus run virus scan
continuously in the background 6X faster than a 3
-
year
-
old Intel Pentium 4 630
-
based desktop. Desktop scenario
-

Complex spreadsheet calculations plus virus scan


A financial analyst performs a stock analysis using Microsoft Excel* to
determine a theoretical call and put price based on the stock's historical data.


At the same time, an automatically
scheduled Windows* Defender* virus scan starts. A new Intel Centrino 2 P8600
-
based notebook can conduct video
compression, document conversion to PDF and virus scan continuously in the background 30% faster than a 2
-
year
-
old
Intel Centrino 2 T2700
-
based notebook. Notebook scenario
-

a business user is preparing for a presentation.


The user
starts by using Vista MovieMaker to resize digital video content to a lower resolution in order to place it into the
presentation slides. After starting the video compression, the user starts conversion of a Microsoft Word document to
Adobe Acrobat PDF format for digital distribution to the presentation audience. As the user starts the file conversion, an
automated McAfee virus scan, initiated by the IT department, begins in the background.

7
-

Some newer PCs have technologies that can provide added protection against viruses and attacks with programmable
defense filters and automatically isolate an infected PC from the network before it can infect other PCs.


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1
-

EEP
-

EEP 2.0 methodology is built on six SYSmark* 2007 Preview runs per day. Standard benchmarking practice runs each
benchmark three times and uses the median of the three runs. For illustrative purposes, however, we will use a single run.
The key metrics for EEP 2.0 are performance, as represented by the SYSmark* 2007 score, and the average power draw.
For more information on EEP, go to:
http://www.intelcapabilitiesforum.net/EEP
-
page_all/
. Sysmark Office Productivity
Subtest


The user opens a file and searches, the document for a keyword. The user continues the search in an e
-
mail
application. The user archives the entire inbox, before sending a new e
-
mail. The user opens spreadsheets to perform
iterative data analysis. While performing this analysis, documents and email data are compressed into a single file.
Opening a presentation, the user imports slides from another presentation along with a spreadsheet. Returning to the
spreadsheet, the user organizes the data and formats the data for readability. The user opens a project management tool,
performing data management tasks before creating a web format based copy of the schedule. Applications used:
Microsoft* Project 2003, Mcrosoft* Excel* 2003, Microsoft* Outlook* 2003, Microsoft* PowerPoint* 2003, Microsoft*
Word* 2003, WinZip Computing, Zip Pro 10.0 Compressed. Excel Monte carlo + Virus Scan


A financial analyst performs
a stock analysis using Excel to determine a theoretical call and put price based on the stock's historical data.


At the same
time, an automatically scheduled security scan (virus scan, may be replaced with spyware scan) checks for any malware
on the system to maintain the safety of the user's system. Measured using SYSmark* 2007 Preview, Office Productivity
subtest, BAPCo's latest version of the mainstream office productivity and Internet content creation benchmark tool used to
characterize the performance of the business client, comparing desktop PCs based on the Intel® Core™2 Duo E8500
processor, Intel® Core™2 Duo E7300, Intel® Pentium® Dual Core E5200, and theoretical installed based of Intel®
Pentium® P4 630 processor. Measured using Microsoft Powerpoint* 2007, OneNote* 2007 and Winzip* 11.0, comparing
desktop PCs based on the Intel® Core™2 Duo E8500 processor, Intel® Core™2 Duo E7300, Intel® Pentium® Dual Core
E5200, and theoretical installed based of Intel® Pentium® P4 630 processor. For more information on performance tests
below and on the performance of Intel products, visit
http://www.intel.com/performance/

Hyper
-
Threading Technology requires a computer system with a processor supporting HT Technology and an HT Technology
-
enabled chipset, BIOS and operating system. Performance will vary depending on the specific hardware and software you
use. For more information including details on which processors support HT Technology visit
http://www.intel.com/products/ht/hyperthreading_more.ht m

Desktop System Configurations for SYSmark*2007 Productivity Subtest, and Powerpoint* to OneNote* plus Winzip*11.0: Intel®
Core™2 Duo Processor E8500 (6M Cache, 3.16 GHz, 1333 MHz FSB), Intel® Core™2 Duo Processor E7300 (3M Cache,
2.66 GHz, 1066 MHz FSB), Intel® Pentium® Dual
-
Core Processor E5200 (2M Cache, 2.50 GHz, 800 MHz FSB) on a
DQ45CB Intel® Q45 Express Chipset dual channel DS Micron 2GB (2x1GB) DDR2
-
800 5
-
5
-
5
-
18 with Intel GMA 4500 +
Seagate 320GB NCQ SATA2 (BIOS: 0059, INF: 9.0.0.1007, Graphics: 15.9.9.1527).

Intel® Pentium® 4 Processor 630 supporting HT Technology (2M Cache, 3.00 GHz, 800 MHz FSB) on Intel® Desktop Board
D945GCL, dual
-
channel DS Micron 1GB (2x512MB) DDR2
-
667 5
-
5
-
5
-
15 with Integrated 945G + Seagate 320GB NCQ
SATA2 (BIOS: INF: 8.4.0.1016, Graphics: 15.6.1.1437)


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1
-

E8500 Configuration: Intel® Core™ 2 Duo E8500 (6MB L2, 3.16GHz, 1333MHz FSB), Intel Desktop DQ45CB Q45 Dual
channel DS Micron 2GB (2x1GB) DDR2
-
800 5
-
5
-
5
-
18 with Integrated Intel X4500 graphics + Seagate 320GB NCQ SATA2
(BIOS:0059, INF: 9.0.0.1007, Graphics: 15.9.9.1527) Windows* Vista* Ultimate 32bit. E5200 Configuration: Intel
®
Pentium
®

Dual
-
Core Processor E5200 (2M Cache, 2.50 GHz, 800 MHz FSB) on a DQ45CB Intel
®

Q45 Express Chipset dual
channel DS Micron 2GB (2x1GB) DDR2
-
800 5
-
5
-
5
-
18 with Intel GMA 4500 + Seagate 320GB NCQ SATA2 (BIOS: 0059,
INF: 9.0.0.1007, Graphics: 15.9.9.1527). P4 630 Configuration: Intel® Pentium® 4 processor (2MB L2, 3.00GHz,
800MHz FSB), (P4P 630) HT
-
ON on D945GCL Dual channel DS Micron 1GB (2x512MB) DDR2
-
667 5
-
5
-
5
-
15 with Integrated
945G + Seagate 320GB NCQ SATA2 (BIOS:0034, INF: 8.4.0.1016, Graphics: 15.6.1.1437). Workload/Test:
SYSmark*2007 overall combined score. E
-
Learning The user views a presentation directing the production of a web based
interactive training tool. The user edits a variety of images, in bitmap and vector graphics formats, making visual quality
changes, resizing and saving to new formats for use in the training material. The user creates a PDF file of a group of
images, and an image is converted from bitmap to vector graphics format. The user completes the training tool by
importing the edited images, as well as previously created audio and video clips. The user publishes the resulting tool in
a web compatible format. Video Creation A user processes a variety of content to create a video. The user edits a group of
images, making visual quality changes, resizing and saving them to new formats. The user encodes multiple videos for
use in creating a final composite video. All of the separate pieces are assembled, creating a final uncompressed video.
From this uncompressed video, two versions with different amounts of compression are created. One, targeted for
downloading, with less compression, the other targeted for streaming, with more compression. Productivity The user
opens a file and searches, the document for a keyword. The user continues the search in an e
-
mail application. The user
archives the entire inbox, before sending a new e
-
mail. The user opens spreadsheets to perform iterative data analysis.
While performing this analysis, documents and email data are compressed into a single file. Opening a presentation, the
user imports slides from another presentation along with a spreadsheet. Returning to the spreadsheet, the user organizes
the data and formats the data for readability. The user opens a project management tool, performing data management
tasks before creating a web format based copy of the schedule. 3D Modeling The user opens a 3D model, rendering it out
to a high
-
resolution image. The user opens an architectural scene, exporting the scene to a different 3D modeling format.
The user then renders an animated flyby of the scene.

2
-

Configurations: Same as footnote 1. Workload: Multitasking workload zipping a file while moving another file from
Powerpoint to OneNote. WinZip workload creates a zip file of approximately 110 MB in size. Powerpoint 2007 workload is
a training manual with JPG images and consists of 24 slides and 3.9 MB in size. These slides are printed to OneNote 2007
using “Send To OneNote2007” virtual printer. Once it is imported to OneNote2007 it is very convenient for annotation
purposes, the user can add notes and also search for text within images.

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Mobile

3
-

P8600 Configuration: Intel® Core™ 2 Duo processor P8600 (2.4GHz, 3MB L2, 1066MHz FSB), Model: Lenovo T400
Type=2768
-
CTO, ID=6475W9D, Memory: Micron Technology 8JSF12864HY
-
1G1D1, 6
-
6
-
6
-
15, DDR3
-
1066, 2GB (2x1GB),
HDD: Hitachi HTS723232L9A360 200GB, 7200RPM, Graphics: GM45, Mobile Intel 4 Series Express Chipset Family Graphic
Ver.7.15.10.1502,

Other: 14” LCD, Intel WiFi Link 5300, wireless, Battery


Sanyo 42T5262, 56WH, Windows Vista*
Ultimate 32bit. T2700 Configuration: Intel® Core™ Duo processor T2700 (2.33GHz, 2M L2, 667MHz FSB), Model: IBM T60
(Lenovo 1951V4F), Memory: Micron Technology PC2
-
5300, 5
-
5
-
5
-
12
-
20, 2GB (2x1GB), HDD: Hitachi
HTS721010G9S9SA00 100GB, 7200RPM, Graphics: Integrated Graphics (ver. 7.14.0010.1329) , Mobile Intel 945 Express
Chipset Family (ver 8.1.1.1010), Other: 13.75” LCD, Intel PRO/Wireless 3945AB, Battery


Panasonic 92P1139, 56.16WH,
Windows Vista* Ultimate 32bit. Workload: The workload is execution of approximately 28,000 sets of calculations using
the most commonly used calculations and functions in Microsoft* Excel*. These include common arithmetic operations like
addition, subtraction, division, rounding and square root. It also includes common statistical analysis functions such as
Max, Min, Median and Average. The input file is a 6.2 MB spreadsheet

4
-

Configurations: See footnote 3. Workload: Time to encode 4 HDV clips into a video clip format for YouTube* using Windows
Vista* Movie Maker. Windows Vista* MovieMaker to create a video and prepare it to share with others on YouTube.
YouTube recommends uploading 320x240 resolution, 30fps, mpeg
-
4 format videos. The input files are four HDV video clips
in dvr
-
ms format captured from an HD camcorder using MovieMaker*. The four clips in length are 57sec, 28sec, 24sec,
and 30sec and their respective sizes are 181316KB, 87941KB, 77765KB and 95493KB. Including transitions, title page and
credits, the output video is 2min 21sec and 62335KB in compressed 320x240, 30fps wmv (mpeg
-
4) format.


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http://www.techaisle.com/

2
-

No computer system can provide absolute security under all conditions. Intel® Anti
-
Theft Technology (Intel® AT
-
p) requires
the computer system to have an Intel® AT
-
enabled chipset, BIOS, firmware release, software and an Intel AT
-
capable
Service Provider/ISV application and service subscription. The detection (triggers), response (actions), and recovery
mechanisms only work after the Intel® AT functionality has been activated and configured. Certain functionality may not
be offered by some ISVs or service providers and may not be available in all countries. Intel assumes no liability for lost o
r
stolen data and/or systems or any other damages resulting thereof.

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-

TechAisle research Q1 2009
http://www.techaisle.com/

2
-

Performance testing completed by Intel Performance Benchmark and Competitive Analysis group, December 15, 2008.
Performance tests/ratings are provided assuming specific computer systems and/or components and reflect the
approximate performance of Intel products as measured by those tests. Any difference in system hardware or software
design or configuration may affect actual performance. This data may vary from other material generated for specific
marketing requests.

3
-

Up to 2x greater range enabled by 3x3 Draft
-
N implementations with 3 spatial streams. Up to 8x bandwidth increase or up to
450 Mbps of bandwidth based on the theoretical maximum bandwidth enabled by 3x3 Draft
-
N implementations with 3
spatial streams in combination with a 3 spatial stream Access Point. Up to 5x bandwidth increase or up to 300 Mbps of
receive bandwidth based on the theoretical maximum receive bandwidth enabled by 1x2 Draft
-
N implementations with 1
transmit spatial stream and 2 receive spatial streams. Actual wireless throughput and/or range will vary depending on
your specific operating system, hardware, and software configurations. Check with your PC and access point manufacturer
for details. Notebook battery life configuration: Intel® Centrino® 2 Processor Technology with Intel® Core™2 Duo
processor T9600 and Mobile Intel® GM45 Express Chipset versus Intel® Centrino® Processor Technology with Intel®
Core™2 Duo processor T2700 and Mobile Intel® 945GM Express Chipset.

MobileMark 2007 Productivity and Battery Life
benchmarks.

4
-

Intel® Active Management Technology requires the computer system to have an Intel®

AMT
-
enabled chipset, network
hardware and software, as well as connection with a power source and a corporate network connection.


Setup

requires
configuration by the purchaser and may require scripting with the management console or further integration into existing
security frameworks to enable certain functionality.


It may also require modifications of implementation of new business
processes.


With regard to notebooks, Intel® AMT may not be available or certain capabilities may be limited over a host
OS
-
based VPN or when connecting wirelessly, on battery power, sleeping, hibernating or powered off.


For more
information, see
www.intel.com/technology/platform
-
technology/intel
-
amt/
.



5
-

No computer system can provide absolute security under all conditions. Intel® Anti
-
Theft Technology for data protection
requires the computer system to have an Intel® AT
-
enabled chipset, BIOS, and SATA hard disk drive properly connected
to the chipset. Intel AT protects the data on the SATA hard drive disk only after that drive is set up for encryption and
does not protect any data after it leaves the hard disk drive. Setup requires configuration by the purchaser and may
require scripting with the management console or further integration into existing security frameworks.

Certain
functionality may not be available in all countries.

Note: Some capabilities require a Service Provider hosted service or an ISV solution enabled with Intel® Anti
-
Theft Technology
for full functionality. Check with OEM for availability. Limited availability in 2009.

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6
-

WiMAX supporting points are for use in markets with WiMAX service availability.
GENERAL WIMAX DISCLAIMER
: WiMAX
connectivity requires a WiMAX enabled device and subscription to a WiMAX broadband service. WiMAX connectivity may
require you to purchase additional software or hardware at extra cost. Availability of WiMAX is limited, check with your
service provider for details on availability and network limitations. Broadband performance and results may vary due to
environment factors and other variables. See
www.intel.com/go/wimax

for more information

APPROVED FOR NORTH AMERICA ONLY: Intel® Centrino® 2 powered notebooks are designed for industry
-
leading performance
and battery life, helping to enable you to stay on the go up to 4 hours and 20 minutes (according to MobileMark®2007+).
Disclaimer for MobileMark* based battery life message (4 hours and 20 minutes)


must work w/ PBCA to build orphan
page before releasing assets
+Benchmark run on Toshiba*
-
E105
-
S1402 system with Intel® Centrino® 2 processor
technology (Intel® Core™2 Duo processor P8400, Mobile Intel® GM45 Express Chipset, Intel® Wireless WiFi Link
5100AGN), 4GB RAM (DDR2), 320GB Hard disk, Windows* Vista* Home Premium 6.0 Build 6001 with SP1, Mobile Intel®
Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD, 14.1" widescreen display (1280x800 Resolution), 14.4v/75Wh Battery. Actual
results may vary based on your specific hardware (including battery capacity), software configurations, and your actual
usage. For more information please visit:
http://www.intel.com/performance/mobile/xx orphan page URL xx.htm


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1
-

Performance testing completed by Intel Performance Benchmark and Competitive Analysis group, December 15, 2008.
Performance tests/ratings are provided assuming specific computer systems and/or components and reflect the
approximate performance of Intel products as measured by those tests. Any difference in system hardware or software
design or configuration may affect actual performance. This data may vary from other material generated for specific
marketing requests.



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1
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TechAisle research Q1 2009
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s
hows that ~55% of small businesses state improved productivity as a
reason for buying additional notebooks. Additionally, in an enterprise study (“Increase Productivity by Providing Notebooks
Beyond Road Warriors” Forrester Consulting, October 2008) employees were shown to gain an additional 51 minutes of
productivity moving from desktops to notebooks.

2
-

Up to 2x greater range enabled by 3x3 Draft
-
N implementations with 3 spatial streams. Up to 8x bandwidth increase or up to
450 Mbps of bandwidth based on the theoretical maximum bandwidth enabled by 3x3 Draft
-
N implementations with 3
spatial streams in combination with a 3 spatial stream Access Point. Up to 5x bandwidth increase or up to 300 Mbps of
receive bandwidth based on the theoretical maximum receive bandwidth enabled by 1x2 Draft
-
N implementations with 1
transmit spatial stream and 2 receive spatial streams.

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2
-

Actual wireless throughput and/or range will vary depending on your specific operating system, hardware, and software
configurations. Check with your PC and access point manufacturer for details. Notebook battery life configuration: Intel®
Centrino® 2 Processor Technology with Intel® Core™2 Duo processor T9600 and Mobile Intel® GM45 Express Chipset
versus Intel® Centrino® Processor Technology with Intel® Core™2 Duo processor



T2700 and Mobile Intel® 945GM Express Chipset.MobileMark 2007 Productivity and Battery Life benchmarks.

3
-

WiMAX supporting points are for use in markets with WiMAX service availability.
GENERAL WIMAX DISCLAIMER
: WiMAX
connectivity requires a WiMAX enabled device and subscription to a WiMAX broadband service. WiMAX connectivity may
require you to purchase additional software or hardware at extra cost. Availability of WiMAX is limited, check with your
service provider for details on availability and network limitations. Broadband performance and results may vary due to
environment factors and other variables. See www.intel.com/go/wimax for more information


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-

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http://www.techaisle.com/
.

2
-

No computer system can provide absolute security under all conditions. Intel® Anti
-
Theft Technology (Intel® AT
-
p) requires
the computer system to have an Intel® AT
-
enabled chipset, BIOS, firmware release, software and an Intel AT
-
capable
Service Provider/ISV application and service subscription. The detection (triggers), response (actions), and recovery
mechanisms only work after the Intel® AT functionality has been activated and configured. Certain functionality may not
be offered by some ISVs or service providers and may not be available in all countries. Intel assumes no liability for lost o
r
stolen data and/or systems or any other damages resulting thereof


Page 20

1
-

Desktop Intel® Core™2 Duo E8500 vs. Intel® Pentium® 4 630. Notebook Intel® Centrino® 2 P8600 vs. Intel® Centrino®
Duo T2700. Energy Efficient Performance
-

EEP 2.0 methodology is built on six SYSmark* 2007 Preview runs per day.
Standard benchmarking practice runs each benchmark three times and uses the median of the three runs. For illustrative
purposes, however, we will use a single run. The key metrics for EEP 2.0 are performance, as represented by the
SYSmark* 2007 score, and the average power draw. For more information on EEP, go to:
http://www.intelcapabilitiesforum.net/EEP
-
page_all/
.



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2
-

Up to 2x greater range and up to 5x better performance (compared to 802.11a/g) with Intel® Centrino® 2 processor
technology enabled notebooks. Actual results may vary based on your specific hardware, connection rate, site conditions,
and software configurations. See
http://www.intel.com/performance/mobile/wireless/index.ht m

for more information.
Wireless N standard currently not available in all countries. Check with your PC and access point manufacturer for details.
GENERAL WIRELESS N DISCLAIMER: Requires Intel® Next
-
Gen Wireless N technology and Connect with Intel® Centrino®
processor technology certified wireless N access point. Wireless N access points without the Connect with Intel Centrino
processor technology identifier may require additional firmware for increased performance results. Wireless N standard
currently not available in all countries Check with your PC and access point manufacturer for details.

3
-

Workload/Test: SYSmark*2007 overall combined score. E
-
Learning The user views a presentation directing the production of
a web based interactive training tool. The user edits a variety of images, in bitmap and vector graphics formats, making
visual quality changes, resizing and saving to new formats for use in the training material. The user creates a PDF file of
a
group of images, and an image is converted from bitmap to vector graphics format. The user completes the training tool
by importing the edited images, as well as previously created audio and video clips. The user publishes the resulting tool
in a web compatible format. Video Creation A user processes a variety of content to create a video. The user edits a group
of images, making visual quality changes, resizing and saving them to new formats. The user encodes multiple videos for
use in creating a final composite video. All of the separate pieces are assembled, creating a final uncompressed video.
From this uncompressed video, two versions with different amounts of compression are created. One, targeted for
downloading, with less compression, the other targeted for streaming, with more compression. Productivity The user
opens a file and searches, the document for a keyword. The user continues the search in an e
-
mail application. The user
archives the entire inbox, before sending a new e
-
mail. The user opens spreadsheets to perform iterative data analysis.
While performing this analysis, documents and email data are compressed into a single file. Opening a presentation, the
user imports slides from another presentation along with a spreadsheet. Returning to the spreadsheet, the user organizes
the data and formats the data for readability. The user opens a project management tool, performing data management
tasks before creating a web format based copy of the schedule. 3D Modeling The user opens a 3D model, rendering it out
to a high
-
resolution image. The user opens an architectural scene, exporting the scene to a different 3D modeling format.
The user then renders an animated flyby of the scene. E8500 Configuration: Intel® Core™ 2 Duo E8500 (6MB L2,
3.16GHz, 1066MHz FSB), Intel Desktop DQ45CB Q45 Dual channel DS Micron 2GB (2x1GB) DDR2
-
800 5
-
5
-
5
-
18 with
Integrated Intel X4500 graphics + Seagate 320GB NCQ SATA2 (BIOS:0059, INF: 9.0.0.1007, Graphics: 15.9.9.1527)
Windows* Vista* Ultimate 32bit. P4 630 Configuration: Intel® Pentium® 4 processor (2MB L2, 3.00GHz, 800MHz FSB),
(P4P 630) HT
-
ON on D945GCL Dual channel DS Micron 1GB (2x512MB) DDR2
-
667 5
-
5
-
5
-
15 with Integrated 945G +
Seagate 320GB NCQ SATA2 (BIOS:0034, INF: 8.4.0.1016, Graphics: 15.6.1.1437).

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-

Workload: Get this from David Scheer. Configuration: Intel® Core™ 2 Duo processor P8600 (2.4GHz, 3MB L2, 1066MHz
FSB), Model: Lenovo T400 Type=2768
-
CTO, ID=6475W9D, Memory: Micron Technology 8JSF12864HY
-
1G1D1, 6
-
6
-
6
-
15,
DDR3
-
1066, 2GB (2x1GB), HDD: Hitachi HTS723232L9A360 200GB, 7200RPM, Graphics: GM45, Mobile Intel 4 Series
Express Chipset Family Graphic Ver.7.15.10.1502, Other: 14” LCD, Intel WiFi Link 5300, wireless, Battery


Sanyo
42T5262, 56WH, Windows Vista* Ultimate 32bit, Intel® Core™ Duo processor T2700 (2.33GHz, 2M L2, 667MHz FSB),
Model: IBM T60 (Lenovo 1951V4F), Memory: Micron Technology PC2
-
5300, 5
-
5
-
5
-
12
-
20, 2GB (2x1GB), HDD: Hitachi
HTS721010G9S9SA00 100GB, 7200RPM, Graphics: Integrated Graphics (ver. 7.14.0010.1329) , Mobile Intel 945 Express
Chipset Family (ver 8.1.1.1010), Other: 13.75” LCD, Intel PRO/Wireless 3945AB, Battery


Panasonic 92P1139, 56.16WH,
Windows Vista* Ultimate 32bit

5
-

Mobile System Configuration: Intel® Core™2 Duo Processor T2700 (2M Cache, 2.33GHz, 667 MHz FSB) on Lenovo T60 with
Intel® 945GM Express Chipset, Dual
-
channel Micron 2GB (2x1GB) DDR2
-
667 5
-
5
-
5
-
12, with Integrated GMA950 + Hitachi
100GB SATA (BIOS: Lenovo 79ETE1WW, INF: 8.1.1.1010, Graphics: 7.14.0010.1329). Workload: MovieMaker* + Adobe
PDF9 + McAfee VirusScan. EEP (Energy Efficient Performance on slide 8) Intel® Core™2 Duo Processor P8600 (3M Cache,
2.40GHz,1066 MHz FSB), on Lenovo* T400 with Intel® GM45 Express Chipset Dual channel Elpida* 2GB (2x1GB) DDR2
-
800 5
-
5
-
5
-
12 with Intel GMA 4500MHD + Hitachi 200GB SATA (BIOS: Lenovo 7UET45WW, INF: 8.0.7, Graphics:
7.15.0010.1502).

6
-

Up to 2x greater range and up to 5x better performance (compared to 802.11a/g) with Intel® Centrino® 2 processor
technology
-
enabled notebooks. Actual results may vary based on your specific hardware, connection rate, site conditions,
and software configurations. See
http://www.intel.com/performance/mobile/wireless/index.ht m

for more information.
Wireless N standard currently not available in all countries. Check with your PC and access point manufacturer for details.
GENERAL WIRELESS N DISCLAIMER: Requires Intel® Next
-
Gen Wireless N technology and Connect with Intel® Centrino®
processor technology certified wireless N access point. Wireless N access points without the Connect with Intel Centrino
processor technology identifier may require additional firmware for increased performance results. Wireless N standard
currently not available in all countries Check with your PC and access point manufacturer for details.

7
-

A new Intel® Core™2 Duo E8500
-
based desktop can perform a complex spreadsheet calculation plus run virus scan
continuously in the background 6X faster than a 3
-
year
-
old Intel® Pentium® 4 630
-
based desktop.
Desktop scenario

-

Complex spreadsheet calculations plus virus scan


A financial analyst performs a stock analysis using Microsoft Excel* to
determine a theoretical call and put price based on the stock's historical data.


At the same time, an automatically
scheduled Windows* Defender* virus scan starts. A new Intel® Centrino® 2 P8600
-
based notebook can conduct video
compression, document conversion to PDF and virus scan continuously in the background 30% faster than a 2
-
year
-
old
Intel® Centrino® 2 T2700
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-

E8500 Configuration: Intel® Core™ 2 Duo E8500 (6MB L2, 3.16GHz, 1066MHz FSB), Intel Desktop DQ45CB Q45 Dual
channel DS Micron 2GB (2x1GB) DDR2
-
800 5
-
5
-
5
-
18 with Integrated Intel X4500 graphics + Seagate 320GB NCQ SATA2
(BIOS:0059, INF: 9.0.0.1007, Graphics: 15.9.9.1527) Windows* Vista* Ultimate 32bit. P4 630 Configuration: Intel®
Pentium® 4 processor (2MB L2, 3.00GHz, 800MHz FSB), (P4P 630) HT
-
ON on D945GCL Dual channel DS Micron 1GB
(2x512MB) DDR2
-
667 5
-
5
-
5
-
15 with Integrated 945G + Seagate 320GB NCQ SATA2 (BIOS:0034, INF: 8.4.0.1016,
Graphics: 15.6.1.1437). Workload/Test: SYSmark*2007 overall combined score. E
-
Learning The user views a presentation
directing the production of a web based interactive training tool. The user edits a variety of images, in bitmap and vector
graphics formats, making visual quality changes, resizing and saving to new formats for use in the training material. The
user creates a PDF file of a group of images, and an image is converted from bitmap to vector graphics format. The user
completes the training tool by importing the edited images, as well as previously created audio and video clips. The user
publishes the resulting tool in a web compatible format. Video Creation A user processes a variety of content to create a
video. The user edits a group of images, making visual quality changes, resizing and saving them to new formats. The
user encodes multiple videos for use in creating a final composite video. All of the separate pieces are assembled,
creating a final uncompressed video. From this uncompressed video, two versions with different amounts of compression
are created. One, targeted for downloading, with less compression, the other targeted for streaming, with more
compression. Productivity The user opens a file and searches, the document for a keyword. The user continues the search
in an e
-
mail application. The user archives the entire inbox, before sending a new e
-
mail. The user opens spreadsheets to
perform iterative data analysis. While performing this analysis, documents and email data are compressed into a single
file. Opening a presentation, the user imports slides from another presentation along with a spreadsheet. Returning to
the spreadsheet, the user organizes the data and formats the data for readability. The user opens a project management
tool, performing data management tasks before creating a web format based copy of the schedule. 3D Modeling The user
opens a 3D model, rendering it out to a high
-
resolution image. The user opens an architectural scene, exporting the
scene to a different 3D modeling format. The user then renders an animated flyby of the scene.

2
-

Configurations: Same as footnote 1. Workload: Excel


Number Crunch. The workload is execution of approximately 28,000
sets of calculations using the most commonly used calculations and functions in Microsoft* Excel*. These include common
arithmetic operations like addition, subtraction, division, rounding and square root. It also includes common statistical
analysis functions such as Max, Min, Median and Average. The input file is a 6.2 MB spreadsheet.

3
-

Configurations: Same as footnote 1. Workload: Time to encode 4 HDV clips into a video clip format for YouTube* using
Windows Vista* Movie Maker. Windows Vista* MovieMaker to create a video and prepare it to share with others on
YouTube. YouTube recommends uploading 320x240 resolution, 30fps, mpeg
-
4 format videos. The input files are four HDV
video clips in dvr
-
ms format captured from an HD camcorder using MovieMaker*. The four clips in length are 57sec, 28sec,
24sec, and 30sec and their respective sizes are 181316KB, 87941KB, 77765KB and 95493KB. Including transitions
, title
page and credits, the output video is 2min 21sec and 62335KB in compressed 320x240, 30fps wmv (mpeg
-
4) format.




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-

Energy Efficient Performance
-

EEP 2.0 methodology is built on six SYSmark* 2007 Preview runs per day. Standard
benchmarking practice runs each benchmark three times and uses the median of the three runs. For illustrative purposes,
however, we will use a single run. The key metrics for EEP 2.0 are performance, as represented by the SYSmark* 2007
score, and the average power draw. For more information on EEP, go to:
http://www.intelcapabilitiesforum.net/EEP
-
page_all/
.


Page 22

1
-

P8600 Configuration: Intel® Core™ 2 Duo processor P8600 (2.4GHz, 3MB L2, 1066MHz FSB), Model: Lenovo T400
Type=2768
-
CTO, ID=6475W9D, Memory: Micron Technology 8JSF12864HY
-
1G1D1, 6
-
6
-
6
-
15, DDR3
-
1066, 2GB (2x1GB),
HDD: Hitachi HTS723232L9A360 200GB, 7200RPM, Graphics: GM45, Mobile Intel 4 Series Express Chipset Family Graphic
Ver.7.15.10.1502,

Other: 14” LCD, Intel WiFi Link 5300, wireless, Battery


Sanyo 42T5262, 56WH, Windows Vista*
Ultimate 32bit. T2700 Configuration: Intel® Core™ Duo processor T2700 (2.33GHz, 2M L2, 667MHz FSB), Model: IBM
T60 (Lenovo 1951V4F), Memory: Micron Technology PC2
-
5300, 5
-
5
-
5
-
12
-
20, 2GB (2x1GB), HDD: Hitachi
HTS721010G9S9SA00 100GB, 7200RPM, Graphics: Integrated Graphics (ver. 7.14.0010.1329) , Mobile Intel 945 Express
Chipset Family (ver 8.1.1.1010), Other: 13.75” LCD, Intel PRO/Wireless 3945AB, Battery


Panasonic 92P1139, 56.16WH,
Windows Vista* Ultimate 32bit. Workload: The workload is execution of approximately 28,000 sets of calculations using
the most commonly used calculations and functions in Microsoft* Excel*. These include common arithmetic operations like
addition, subtraction, division, rounding and square root. It also includes common statistical analysis functions such as
Max, Min, Median and Average. The input file is a 6.2 MB spreadsheet

2
-

Configurations: Same as footnote 1. Workload:
Time to encode 4 HDV clips into a video clip format for YouTube* using
Windows Vista* Movie Maker. Windows Vista* MovieMaker to create a video and prepare it to share with others on
YouTube. YouTube recommends uploading 320x240 resolution, 30fps, mpeg
-
4 format videos. The input files are four HDV
video clips in dvr
-
ms format captured from an HD camcorder using MovieMaker*. The four clips in length are 57sec, 28sec,
24sec, and 30sec and their respective sizes are 181316KB, 87941KB, 77765KB and 95493KB. Including transitions, title
page and credits, the output video is 2min 21sec and 62335KB in compressed 320x240, 30fps wmv (mpeg
-
4) format.

3
-

Configurations: Same as footnote 1. Workload: go to
http://www.intel.com/performance

4
-

Energy Efficient Performance
-

EEP 2.0 methodology is built on six SYSmark* 2007 Preview runs per day. Standard
benchmarking practice runs each benchmark three times and uses the median of the three runs. For illustrative purposes,
however, we will use a single run. The key metrics for EEP 2.0 are performance, as represented by the SYSmark* 2007
score, and the average power draw. For more information on EEP, go to:
http://www.intelcapabilitiesforum.net/EEP
-
page_all/

.






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1
-

No computer system can provide absolute security under all conditions. Intel® Anti
-
Theft Technology (Intel® AT
-
p) requires
the computer system to have an Intel® AT
-
enabled chipset, BIOS, firmware release, software and an Intel AT
-
capable
Service Provider/ISV application and service subscription. The detection (triggers), response (actions), and recovery
mechanisms only work after the Intel® AT functionality has been activated and configured. Certain functionality may not
be offered by some ISVs or service providers and may not be available in all countries. Intel assumes no liability for lost o
r
stolen data and/or systems or any other damages resulting thereof.

2
-

TechAisle research Q1 2009
http://www.techaisle.com/

3
-

E8500 Configuration: Intel® Core™ 2 Duo E8500 (6MB L2, 3.16GHz, 1066MHz FSB), Intel Desktop DQ45CB Q45 Dual
channel DS Micron 2GB (2x1GB) DDR2
-
800 5
-
5
-
5
-
18 with Integrated Intel X4500 graphics + Seagate 320GB NCQ SATA2
(BIOS:0059, INF: 9.0.0.1007, Graphics: 15.9.9.1527) Windows* Vista* Ultimate 32bit. P4 630 Configuration: Intel®
Pentium® 4 processor (2MB L2, 3.00GHz, 800MHz FSB), (P4P 630) HT
-
ON on D945GCL Dual channel DS Micron 1GB
(2x512MB) DDR2
-
667 5
-
5
-
5
-
15 with Integrated 945G + Seagate 320GB NCQ SATA2 (BIOS:0034, INF: 8.4.0.1016,
Graphics: 15.6.1.1437). Workload: Excel


Number Crunch. The workload is execution of approximately 28,000 sets of
calculations using the most commonly used calculations and functions in Microsoft* Excel*. These include common
arithmetic operations like addition, subtraction, division, rounding and square root. It also includes common statistical
analysis functions such as Max, Min, Median and Average. The input file is a 6.2 MB spreadsheet. P8600 Configuration:
Intel® Core™ 2 Duo processor P8600 (2.4GHz, 3MB L2, 1066MHz FSB), Model: Lenovo T400 Type=2768
-
CTO,
ID=6475W9D, Memory: Micron Technology 8JSF12864HY
-
1G1D1, 6
-
6
-
6
-
15, DDR3
-
1066, 2GB (2x1GB), HDD: Hitachi
HTS723232L9A360 200GB, 7200RPM, Graphics: GM45, Mobile Intel 4 Series Express Chipset Family Graphic
Ver.7.15.10.1502,

Other: 14” LCD, Intel WiFi Link 5300, wireless, Battery


Sanyo 42T5262, 56WH, Windows Vista*
Ultimate 32bit. T2700 Configuration: Intel® Core™ Duo processor T2700 (2.33GHz, 2M L2, 667MHz FSB), Model: IBM
T60 (Lenovo 1951V4F), Memory: Micron Technology PC2
-
5300, 5
-
5
-
5
-
12
-
20, 2GB (2x1GB), HDD: Hitachi
HTS721010G9S9SA00 100GB, 7200RPM, Graphics: Integrated Graphics (ver. 7.14.0010.1329) , Mobile Intel 945 Express
Chipset Family (ver 8.1.1.1010), Other: 13.75” LCD, Intel PRO/Wireless 3945AB, Battery


Panasonic 92P1139, 56.16WH,
Windows Vista* Ultimate 32bit. Workload: The workload is execution of approximately 28,000 sets of calculations using
the most commonly used calculations and functions in Microsoft* Excel*. These include common arithmetic operations like
addition, subtraction, division, rounding and square root. It also includes common statistical analysis functions such as
Max, Min, Median and Average. The input file is a 6.2 MB spreadsheet


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1
-

No computer system can provide absolute security under all conditions. Intel® Anti
-
Theft Technology (Intel® AT
-
p) requires
the computer system to have an Intel® AT
-
enabled chipset, BIOS, firmware release, software and an Intel AT
-
capable
Service Provider/ISV application and service subscription. The detection (triggers), response (actions), and recovery
mechanisms only work after the Intel® AT functionality has been activated and configured. Certain functionality may not
be offered by some ISVs or service providers and may not be available in all countries. Intel assumes no liability for lost o
r
stolen data and/or systems or any other damages resulting thereof.

2
-

TechAisle research Q1 2009
http://www.techaisle.com/


3
-

E8500 Configuration: Intel® Core™ 2 Duo E8500 (6MB L2, 3.16GHz, 1066MHz FSB), Intel Desktop DQ45CB Q45 Dual
channel DS Micron 2GB (2x1GB) DDR2
-
800 5
-
5
-
5
-
18 with Integrated Intel X4500 graphics + Seagate 320GB NCQ SATA2
(BIOS:0059, INF: 9.0.0.1007, Graphics: 15.9.9.1527) Windows* Vista* Ultimate 32bit. P4 630 Configuration: Intel®
Pentium® 4 processor (2MB L2, 3.00GHz, 800MHz FSB), (P4P 630) HT
-
ON on D945GCL Dual channel DS Micron 1GB
(2x512MB) DDR2
-
667 5
-
5
-
5
-
15 with Integrated 945G + Seagate 320GB NCQ SATA2 (BIOS:0034, INF: 8.4.0.1016,
Graphics: 15.6.1.1437). Workload: Excel


Number Crunch. The workload is execution of approximately 28,000 sets of
calculations using the most commonly used calculations and functions in Microsoft* Excel*. These include common
arithmetic operations like addition, subtraction, division, rounding and square root. It also includes common statistical
analysis functions such as Max, Min, Median and Average. The input file is a 6.2 MB spreadsheet. P8600 Configuration:
Intel® Core™ 2 Duo processor P8600 (2.4GHz, 3MB L2, 1066MHz FSB), Model: Lenovo T400 Type=2768
-
CTO,
ID=6475W9D, Memory: Micron Technology 8JSF12864HY
-
1G1D1, 6
-
6
-
6
-
15, DDR3
-
1066, 2GB (2x1GB), HDD: Hitachi
HTS723232L9A360 200GB, 7200RPM, Graphics: GM45, Mobile Intel 4 Series Express Chipset Family Graphic
Ver.7.15.10.1502,

Other: 14” LCD, Intel WiFi Link 5300, wireless, Battery


Sanyo 42T5262, 56WH, Windows Vista*
Ultimate 32bit. T2700 Configuration: Intel® Core™ Duo processor T2700 (2.33GHz, 2M L2, 667MHz FSB), Model: IBM
T60 (Lenovo 1951V4F), Memory: Micron Technology PC2
-
5300, 5
-
5
-
5
-
12
-
20, 2GB (2x1GB), HDD: Hitachi
HTS721010G9S9SA00 100GB, 7200RPM, Graphics: Integrated Graphics (ver. 7.14.0010.1329) , Mobile Intel 945 Express
Chipset Family (ver 8.1.1.1010), Other: 13.75” LCD, Intel PRO/Wireless 3945AB, Battery


Panasonic 92P1139, 56.16WH,
Windows Vista* Ultimate 32bit. Workload: The workload is execution of approximately 28,000 sets of calculations using
the most commonly used calculations and functions in Microsoft* Excel*. These include common arithmetic operations like
addition, subtraction, division, rounding and square root. It also includes common statistical analysis functions such as
Max, Min, Median and Average. The input file is a 6.2 MB spreadsheet




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1
-

Intel. 2007/2008 Intel® vPro™ technology SMB case studies Alpheon Corporation and Sabio Information Technologies. For
more information go to:
http://communities.intel.com/openport/docs/DOC
-
1377


and,
http://communities.intel.com/openport/docs/DOC
-
1378


and
http://msp.intel.com/businessbenefits.ht m?iid=msp_asmona_tab_benefits4biz

2
-

Intel vPro processor technology case studies with Alpheon, Dempsey and Sabio. Actual results may vary. Case studies can
be found at
http://msp.intel.com/businessbenefits.ht m?iid=msp_asmona_tab_benefits4biz


3
-

Intel Alpheon vPro pilot case study. Actual results may vary. Case studies can be found at
http://msp.intel.com/businessbenefits.ht m?iid=msp_asmona_tab_benefits4biz


4
-

Some newer PCs have technologies that can provide added protection against viruses and attacks with programmable
defense filters and automatically isolate an infected PC from the network before it can infect other PCs.

5
-

Intel Nex
-
Tech vPro pilot case study. Actual results may vary. Case study can be found at
http://msp.intel.com/businessbenefits.ht m?iid=msp_asmona_tab_benefits4biz

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1
-

Intel vPro processor technology case studies with Dempsey, Nex
-
Tech and STF.
http://msp.intel.com/businessbenefits.ht m?iid=msp_asmona_tab_benefits4biz


2


Intel vPro processor technology case studies with Alpheon, Dempsey, Sabio and STF.
http://msp.intel.com/businessbenefits.ht m?iid=msp_asmona_tab_benefits4biz

3


Intel vPro processor technology case studies with Alpheon, Dempsey and Sabio.
http://msp.intel.com/businessbenefits.ht m?iid=msp_asmona_tab_benefits4biz


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1
-

Intel vPro Technology small business service provider case studies. Dempsey, Nex
-
Tech, STF
http://msp.intel.com/businessbenefits.ht m?iid=msp_asmona_tab_benefits4biz

2
-

Intel vPro Technology small business service provider case studies. Alpheon, Dempsey, Sabio, STF

http://msp.intel.com/businessbenefits.ht m?iid=msp_asmona_tab_benefits4biz