Intel beefs up desktop security

Friday, 10 March 2006, 1:03 AM EST

Intel has unveiled plans to embed better asset management and security capabilities in its next-generation desktop platform, due later this year.

Rob Crooke, vice-president and general manager of the business client group at Intel, said the new Averill platform, which incorporates the next-generation Conroe chip, will feature a new version of its Active Management Technology to help IT staff better manage the desktop environment and tackle zero-day attacks.

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