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Siemens Makes Use of New Intel Technology

Siemens (NYSE: SI) IT Solutions and Services, Inc, will employ new Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processors with vPro technology into its IT service offerings. The additional capabilities of the new Intel Core vPro processor family will provide Siemens’ services with even more robust IT management capabilities than ever before.

Siemens IT Solutions and Services has worked very closely with Intel to solidify the success of the vPro technology a technology that allows its services to be delivered with enhanced management capabilities, increased security and within an optimal virtual environment.

“For Siemens IT Solutions and Services, the new Intel Core vPro processor family has successfully moved from an ideal concept to a “must have” for IT organizations, ” said Michael Kollar, Chief Architect for Siemens. “We have worked extensively with Intel throughout the evolution of the technology and have been a part of the assessment process since the beginning.

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