2 Replies Latest reply on Feb 19, 2010 8:45 AM by Javed Lodhi


      Can someone tell me how the AMT is helping reduce energy waste, if it is at all?

        • 1. Re: AMT

          Hi Valerie,


          I checked all over Intel web site and I just got the following web site about Energy Efficient Performance.




          Basically, talks about the vpro technology that since it's a platform involving Chipset, processor, motherboard and operating system, all those components combined required less power to work; an example is a processor that uses less power or faster processors requiring less time to complete our job.


          I hope this work a bit on your query




          • 2. Re: AMT
            Javed Lodhi

            Hi Valerie,

            This indeed is a very good question.

            First of all, I hope you know that Intel AMT is a hardware and firmware technology that builds certain functionalities into business PCs in order to make the PCs easier and less expensive for businesses to monitor, maintain, update, upgrade, and repair.

            Now in response to your question as to how Intel AMT is helping reduce energy waste, there is an excellent blog written by our vPro star Josh Hilliker which was posted on Oct 15, 2008 that covers the topic in detail which I am sure would not only answer your question but also provide you with insight as to how vPro Managed PC result in lower costs for POWER leading to Carbon Footprint Reduction. This Carbon Footprint Reduction is typically an important factor in energy wastes reduction.

            BLOG POST: http://communities.intel.com/community/openportit/vproexpert/blog/2008/10/14/don-t-share-this-blog-with-your-finance-analyst-or-your-eco-team-they-will-not-be-happy-

            I hope this blog above will in detail help you understand how Intel AMT helps in reducing energy wastes. Furthermore, if you would like to know what Intel is doing about Greener Computing by reducing emissions, managing water supplies, minimizing waste, and building more environmentally responsible facilities, refer to this: http://www.intel.com/intel/environment/operations.htm

            For any further queries, feel free to contact us.

            Thank you and have a nice day!


            Warm Regards,

            Javed Lodhi

            Intel Go Green, Save The Environment!