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Intel Developer Tools for Windows 8

In October of 2012, Microsoft will launch their new Windows 8 Operating System.  There are two main components of Windows 8:  the traditional Desktop  interface and the  New Windows* 8 User Interface (UI). This blog will cover the following topics: Development implications for  Windows 8 Desktop  apps vs. Windows 8 UI apps Developer Tools for Windows [...] Read more >

Intel Developer Tools for Ultrabook

Soon Ultrabooks will become widely available and will come with new features.  Developers will want to know what tools they can use to take advantage of the new capabilities.   There will be two main components of the new, supporting OS:  the traditional Desktop  interface and the  New Windows* 8 User Interface (UI). This blog will [...] Read more >

Ultrabook Overview for Software Developers

We at Intel are very excited about  both the existing (based on the 2nd Generation Intel®  Core™ processors) and newly released Ultrabooks (based on the 3rdGeneration Intel® Core™ processors.)  While this blog will be fairly high-level and introductory. Future blogs will progressively get into deeper information and cover topics that developers will need to know in [...] Read more >

Ultrabook Overview for Windows 8 Developers

We at Intel are very excited about  both the existing (based on the 2nd Generation Intel®  Core™ processors) and newly released Ultrabooks (based on the 3rdGeneration Intel® Core™ processors.)  While this first blog in my series, it will be fairly high-level and introductory. Future blogs will progressively get into deeper information and cover topics that developers [...] Read more >

Backing up the Intel AMT ME Firmware

The Intel AMT Firmware (FW) can be backed up and saved using two different methods:  Using the fpt executable or by using a Dediprog. The fpt software can be found as part of the tool-set that comes with the Manageability Engine (ME)  FW update packages, usually found on an OEM’s support/download website. Using a Dediprog [...] Read more >

What is Intel(r) Secure Key Technology?

In a nutshell: Intel® Secure Key, was previously code-named Bull Mountain Technology. It is the Intel name for the Intel® 64 and IA-32 Architectures instruction RDRAND and its underlying Digital Random Number Generator (DRNG) hardware implementation. Among other things, the DRNG using the RDRAND instruction is useful for generating high-quality keys for cryptographic protocols. The [...] Read more >

Video: How to Configure and Un-configure an Intel® vPro™ technology client (Intel® AMT) inside the MEBx Menus

If you have just purchased and Intel(r) AMT Client and are wondering how to get started managing your new system, you can watch this short ~10 minute video on how to quickly configure Intel AMT. This video also demonstrates how to unconfigure Intel AMT from inside the MEBx environment. Still have questions? Please go to [...] Read more >

Video: Taking a look at the IMSS software on an Intel® vPro™ technology client (Intel® AMT)

If you have either a Notebook or a Desktop equipped with Intel(R) vPro Technology and you are also working with one of it’s components, Intel(R) Active Management Technology, chances are you have the “Intel Management and Security Status” software installed on your system. In this video, we start this software and take a closer look [...] Read more >

How to run the SCS Discovery Tool

Do you have a system that you believe is Intel(R) AMT capable and you are trying to run  samples but are getting an errors?  Here are some tips on how to make sure your systems *is* Intel AMT capable and is also capable of running the samples in the SDK 1.  Download and run the SCS Discovery [...] Read more >