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Developing innovative manageability apps for Intel® vPro™ processor technology and Intel® Centrino® Pro processor technology


Developing innovative manageability apps for Intel® vPro™ processor technology and Intel® Centrino® Pro processor technology

Date / Time
Tuesday, September 25, 2007
9 am PT /12noon ET


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Duration
60 minutes

Presented By
Dr. Dobb's Journal Vendor Perspectives NetSeminar

Overview

This webinar talks about taking advantage of Intel® Active Management Technology (Intel® AMT), a component of Intel® vPro™ Processor Technology and Intel® Centrino® Pro Processor Technology to build manageability applications that offer new features and better customer experiences. It covers the use cases that are supported by Intel AMT and developer resources such as the Intel AMT Software Developer Kit (SDK), and Intel AMT Developer Tool Kit (DTK), Set up and Configuration Service (SCS) that enable developers to easily take advantage of Intel AMT.

Featured Speakers:

  • Ylian Saint-Hilaire — Senior Project Lead / Engineer
  • Jerome Esteban — Application Engineer

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