I think that you are confused between the two different technology.
AMT is defined and explained clearly here.
Example of Intel (R) Boards that support Vpro technology and AMT:
All 'Q' family board.
VPro is just a platform technology, that supports:
Managed – reduce your support costs with built-in management technologies*
Safer – protect your PCs and your data infrastructure with built-in security technologies
Energy Efficient Performance
Energy Efficient Performance – improved performance with reduced power consumption with the Intel® Core™2 Duo processor inside
To be able to get a VPro Logo, you will need to have some hardware specifications for that.
Intel® Core™ 2 Duo E6xx0 sequence w/ Intel Virtualization and Trusted Execution Technologies, other CPUs as well
Q family chipset with ICHx-DO
Intel® VTx capable BIOS
Intel® VTd capable BIOS
Virtual Appliance capable BIOS
Intel® TXT capable BIOS
Intel® AMT capable BIOS
TPM 1.2 capable BIOS
Intel® AMT Firmware
82566DM Gigabit LAN
Intel® AMT Status Icon
Note: The features above were for previously launched platform. Now, there are new AMT v6.0, i guess that there must be so many new features. So please check with some more Vpro Expert.
In short, Vpro needs some specific hardware requirement to be eligible for that.
All the best,
Thank you for trying to answer my question but I do know that vpro is a set of technolohies that allow Intel active managment technology features to work with the system. What I am looking for is an I7-860 cpu that has true support for active managment technology to work within the system the cpu is installed in, so that i can use the active managment technology to perform special networking and services to the computer from a remote location for my bussiness. If the operating system failed then i can gain access to the system without the os loaded. I just need to know which i7-860 cpu (model number specific") so i know which one to order. I already know of intel Motherboards that support AMT technologies. Thank you
For example, Intel has two logos that show "intel core I5 with Vpro technology" and (intel core I7 with Vpro technology" these labels are usually on the retail boxed processor when that processor has the AMT support. No one has an Intel I7-860 with AMT in store. even retails online do not supply them. Where do I get a cpu at with this AMT technology?
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