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Intel® vPro™ Technology with Location Based Services Applications

Use Wi-Fi to create Location-Based Services with AeroScout’s MobileView* to find rooms, printers, or locate Intel® vPro™ technology-based devices.

Inside IT: Pervasive Computing

Podcast: Inside IT and Jon McDermott discuss Intel IT’s approach to development and deployment of pervasive computing services for the enterprise.

Northern Michigan University: Tablets in the Classroom

Anytime, anywhere learning with personal Ultrabook™ 2 in 1 systems featuring Intel® WiMAX empowers Northern Michigan University students and faculty.

Intel® vPro™ Technology with Indoor Location Based Services

Bring Location-Based Service indoors; Intel, AeroScout make it easy with Wi-Fi-based tagging equipment for time- and money-saving location services.

802-11ac WiFi Connects Family Faster

Today’s connected family experiences faster internet on more devices with 802-11ac WiFi and Intel® Wireless-AC for reduced lag and better speeds.

Improve the Retail Experience with Mobile Usage Models

Intel’s Paul Butcher discusses usage models, such as mobile POS terminals, to improve the retail customer experience at Intel Solutions Summit 2014.

Introducing Smartphones with Intel Inside®: Stay in Your Flow

Keeping pace with you, smartphones with Intel Inside® enable effortless multitasking, speedy web surfing, and 8MP pictures to keep you in your flow.

Mobility at the Point of Care—Tablets in the Operating Room

Follow a patient through treatment and discover how healthcare services delivery improves with mobile communication devices at the point of care.

Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance Company: Going Paperless

Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance Company enhances customer service and is going paperless with Intel® Core™ i5 processor-based tablets with Windows* 8.

What is 64-bit Mobile Computing?

Get 64-bit mobile basics to see if upgrading makes sense; the platform can process twice as much data, but also requires a 64-bit OS and applications.