How the Intel H-Series Core vPro Takahashi (VentureBeat) Will Revolutionize Enterprise Computing

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Intel has unveiled four new processor families that will be delivered in 2021, with the aim of making a comeback and bolstering its presence in the enterprise market. The new chip families include Intel Core H-series for laptop gaming and Core vPro focused on hardware-based security.

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Intel Core H-Series: Targeted at Laptop Gaming

The Intel Core H-series is targeted at laptop gaming, providing high-performance processing suitable for intense gaming activity even when users are away from their desktops.

It offers up to 5 GHz maximum frequency and 8 core/16 thread computing power, as well as support for Intel Turbo Boost Max Technology 3.0 which provides a single or dual-core speed boost to maximize performance on games like Fortnite, Overwatch, Rise of the Tomb Raider, etc.

Additionally, the processor supports Intel Hyperthreading technology which allows it to handle more tasks simultaneously while maximizing battery life. 

Intel Core vPro: Dedicated to Hardware-Based Security 

The other chip family unveiled by Intel is the Core vPro processors which are dedicated to hardware-based security. These processors feature built-in features such as Enhanced Performance Profile (EPP) and Advanced Platform Protection (APP), which makes them ideal for enterprises that require robust security measures against cyber threats.

The EPP technology helps protect data by automatically encrypting all data stored on the device’s storage drive and allows administrators to set password protection requirements. Similarly, the APP helps protect against unauthorized access by requiring advanced passwords before allowing changes in settings or configurations of business machines equipped with these processors.

Furthermore, these processors also have built-in features such as Total Memory Encryption (TME) which prevents malicious software from stealing confidential information stored in memory banks by encrypting it digitally before storing it in RAMs or caches. 

Dean Takahashi’s Take On Intel’s Move (VentureBeat)

Dean Takahashi of VentureBeat said that “the new chips promise improved performance plus greater security something many businesses will want if they’re going to invest in new hardware”.

He further added that “it seems like a good move for Intel given how competitively priced the chips are compared to similar offerings from AMD” and that “the company could gain some ground if their products prove popular among notebook gamers and enterprise customers”.

Ultimately, this move signals a shift towards a higher focus on gaming performance and more secure solutions within the market as Intel seeks to keep up with competitors like AMD who have been dominating this space lately due to their low prices yet powerful processing capabilities.  


With its latest release of four chip families for enterprise markets including the Intel Core H series for laptop gaming and Core vPro focused on hardware-based security Intel is aiming towards creating renewed interest in its products among consumers and businesses alike through increased performance and enhanced security features offered by its processors.

Based on Dean Takahashi’s(VentureBeat) comments regarding this move made by Intel, it appears that this could lead them back into contention with AMD which currently dominates the market due to their lower cost options while still offering powerful computing capabilities – thus allowing users to get more bang for their buck.

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