After previously revealing its 10th-gen Core processors for consumers, Intel has now announced the same 10th-gen processors with vPro enabled for business computers.
Intel announced nine mobile 10th-gen Core processors with vPro as well as an additional eighteen Core and Xeon processors for the desktop, based on its â€œComet Lakeâ€� architecture. Intelâ€™s touting new expanded Hardware Shield features for this generation, which include the capability to lock down mission-critical elements in the PCâ€™s BIOS in case of an attack.
Intelâ€™s vPro launch follows the announcement of the latest Ryzen Pro series of processors, rival AMDâ€™s offerings for corporate desktops. AMD announced three Ryzen Pro chips, emphasizing memory encryption as a key security feature. Intel, as it has before, promoted a platform-friendly strategy that emphasized its fresh security features plus its wide variety of processor choice.