In­tel Of­fi­cially Brings Sky­lake to the Busi­ness Seg­ment

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In­tel’s ‘Sky­lake’ pro­ces­sors are now avail­able for busi­ness devices.

Last month, In­tel of­fi­cially an­nounced the avail­abil­ity of 6th gen­er­a­tion Core pro­ces­sors for the busi­ness world. The new 6th gen­er­a­tion Core and Core vPro pro­ces­sors are de­signed with the ef­fi­ciency of busi­nesses in mind, and both are de­signed to de­liver a new level of pro­duc­tiv­ity to of­fices and com­mer­cial busi­nesses look­ing to max­i­mize the po­ten­tial of their busi­nesses.

Com­pared to the pre­vi­ous gen­er­a­tion Core ar­chi­tec­ture and busi­ness­cen­tric devices, the new ‘Sky­lake’ ar­chi­tec­ture has a per­for­mance level that is two and a half times bet­ter than its pre­de­ces­sors, with three times the bat­tery life of devices from five years ago. Thanks to the com­bi­na­tion of mod­ern-day non-volatile mem­ory for­mats work­ing in tan­dem with it, devices run­ning on the new ‘Sky­lake’ pro­ces­sor can wake four times faster than pre­vi­ous gen­er­a­tion pro­ces­sors.

On top of that, In­tel also an­nounced that it will be re­leas­ing the world’s first Xeon pro­ces­sor for mo­bile work­sta­tions.

In­tel also an­nounced two new fea­tures that come with the new ‘Sky­lake’ pro­ces­sors: In­tel Unite and In­tel Au­then­ti­cate. In­tel Unite is based on the IoT con­cept of a Unite-cer­ti­fied build­ing, in which sev­eral devices in the build­ing can be eas­ily ac­cessed by devices that also have the new In­tel Unite fea­ture em­bed­ded in it.

In­tel Au­then­ti­cate is a new multi-layer se­cu­rity func­tion that is de­signed to add an­other level of au­then­ti­ca­tion fac­tor on top of ex­ist­ing au­then­ti­ca­tion fac­tors, such as Blue­tooth con­nec­tions, PIN, bio­met­rics, or even fa­cial recog­ni­tion soft­ware (such as In­tel RealSense).





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