The proliferation of interconnected smart devices has revolutionized how people and organizations interact, communicate, and work. As demand for devices with greater connectivity and functionality grows so does concern for power management, data transfer, and security. Intel® processors are designed to meet these challenges with advanced technology to simplify the deployment, management, and security of intelligent systems.
Intel® Active Management Technology (Intel® AMT) enables cost-effective remote management of networked embedded systems even when the systems are powered off. IT personnel can discover, heal, and protect networked embedded systems, without incurring the expense of onsite support.1
With Intel® processors, it's possible to transition from using discrete architectures per major workload (application, control, packet, and signal processing) to a single architecture that consolidates the workloads into a more scalable and simplified solution. As a result, developers may be able to eliminate special-purpose hardware, such as network processors (NPUs), co-processors, application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs), and field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs).
Signal processing functions have often required special-purpose hardware, such as digital signal processors (DSPs) and field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs). However, recent enhancements to Intel® architecture processors are providing developers an alternative: the ability to execute signal processing workloads on an Intel® processor.
Embedded developers understand the profound impact power consumption has on end-user utility bills, device form factor, and attainable performance, as well as battery runtime for mobile devices. A very effective way to manage power consumption is to put the system into a lower power state when the system workload decreases. Intel® processors support a number of power states that enable substantial power savings.
As the complexity of networking and security applications continues to grow, systems need more and more computational resources for workloads, including cryptography, data compression, and pattern matching. Intel® QuickAssist Technology is designed to optimize the use and deployment of algorithm accelerators in these kinds of applications.
Hardware-based Intel® Virtualization Technology (Intel® VT)2 improves the fundamental flexibility and robustness of traditional software-based virtualization solutions by accelerating key functions of the virtualized platform. This efficiency offers benefits to the IT, embedded developer, and intelligent systems communities.
Trusted compute pools with Intel® Trusted Execution Technology (Intel® TXT)3 support IT compliance by protecting virtualized data centers’ private, public, and hybrid clouds against attacks toward hypervisor and BIOS, firmware, and other pre-launch software components.
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1. La tecnologia Intel® Active Management (Intel® AMT) richiede l'attivazione e un sistema dotato di una connessione aziendale, un chipset abilitato per Intel® AMT, hardware e software di rete. Per quanto riguarda i notebook, la tecnologia Intel® AMT potrebbe non essere disponibile o limitata su VPN basate su sistema operativo host o se connessi in modo wireless, alimentati a batteria, in modalità standby o sospensione o spenti. Risultati dipendenti dall'hardware, dal setup e dalla configurazione. Per ulteriori informazioni, visitare il sito Web all'indirizzo www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/architecture-and-technology/intel-active-management-technology.html.
2. La tecnologia Intel® Virtualization (Intel® VT) richiede un sistema con processore, chipset, BIOS, VMM (Virtual Machine Monitor) e, per alcuni utilizzi, con un determinato software della piattaforma, appositamente abilitati. Le funzionalità, le prestazioni o altri benefici varieranno a seconda delle configurazioni hardware e software e potrebbero richiedere un aggiornamento BIOS. Le applicazioni software possono non essere compatibili con tutti i sistemi operativi. Consultare il fornitore dell'applicazione.
3. Nessun sistema può fornire la protezione assoluta in tutte le condizioni. La tecnologia Intel® Trusted Execution (Intel® TXT) richiede un computer con tecnologia Intel® Virtualization, processore Intel, chipset, BIOS e Authenticated Code Module abilitati per Intel TXT e un ambiente MLE (Measured Launch Environment) compatibile con Intel TXT. La tecnologia Intel TXT richiede inoltre che il sistema contenga un modulo TPM v1.s. Per ulteriori informazioni, visitare il sito Web all'indirizzo www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/data-security/security-overview-general-technology.html.