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Q1 2009Business Sales Guide

How to use this guide

This Business Sales Guide may be the most important and versatile tool you have for explaining to prospective customers the advantages of having an Intel® processor inside their PC. This useful guide will help you:

  • Explain the importance of choosing an Intel processor

  • Describe the differences between Intel processors

  • Find the right Intel processor for every customer

  • Up-sell customers from one Intel processor to another

Note: See slides 19-20 for footnote information.


A summary designed to explain the benefits of Intel® vPro™ technology for business clients

Topics:

What is it?

Who is it for?

Why should they want it?

Who should use this:Retail Sales People, Systems Builders, IT Service Providers, Promoter (Intel and OEM), Call Center Agents

Intel® vPro™ TechnologyBest for business


3 reasons why Intel vPro technology is Best for Business

ENERGY EFFICIENT PERFORMANCE

SECURITY

MANAGABILITY

Exceptional performance for business applications

Hardware-based security enhancements

Easier and more secure to manage and maintain PCs either in-house or through an outsourced service provider

IT Management Console

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Intel® Gigabit

Network Connection

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Based on the high-performance, high efficiency Intel Core 2 processor family

Available on dual-core and quad-core processors to meet your needs.

Keep your business information secure.

Hardware-based manageability technologies make it possible to manage previously unreachable PCs.

Intel® vPro™ TechnologyWhat is it?

An Intel chipset

(Intel® Q45+ICH10-DO, Intel® Q35+ICH9-DO, or Intel® Q965+ICH8-DO Express Chipsets; or Mobile Intel® GM47, GM45 or PM45 Express Chipsets with ICH9M Enhanced; or Mobile Intel® GS45 Express Chipsets with ICH9M-SFF-Enhanced)

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Intel® Software

Intel vPro technology is available on select Intel Centrino and Core 2 processors

Key Message:

Best for business: get security & manageability on the chip

Note: See slides 19-20 for footnote information.


The Intel® vPro™ TechnologyWho is it for?

Enables:

What they’ve read:

Business User

“How does Intel's recently launched third-generation vPro technology save businesses money? Let us count the ways -- this professional hardware platform features robust power management for reducing a firm's energy bill, out-of-band remote maintenance capabilities to reduce both downtime and desk visits by IT support, and new support for virtualized PC models and services aimed at small business.“

Security

Hardware-based security

System defense filters

Productivity

Less downtime/ disruption

Faster problem resolution

High-performance, reliable Intel® Core™ 2 processor

Save on energy usage

Best in class power management

Energy

Savings

ChannelWeb.com,September, 2008

IT Manager (internal)

Security

Remote Diagnosis, Isolation, & Repair

“Intel PCs "think for themselves"

CCL Online,September, 2008

Remotely manage PCs even when off or the OS is down.

Requires fewer deskside visits

Manageability

“Intel has revamped its vPro technology, gearing it toward SMBs with little IT help. Intel's vPro includes automated PC maintenance, repair and security features, including vPro's Remote Alert, which enables a PC to call for IT help. Intel's new vPro also works with Symantec on technology to help quickly patch PCswhen threats emerge.”

Who benefits:

Business Users

IT Managers

Managed Service Providers

Energy Savings

Save on energy usage

Best in class power management

Managed Service Provider

Opportunity for recurring service revenue

Fewer truck rolls

Lower service costs

Happier Customers

CIO Today,September, 2008

Note: See slides 19-20 for footnote information.


The Intel® vPro™ TechnologyWhy should they want it?

What is it?

Who is it for?

Why should they buy it?

  • Manage large PC fleets

  • Save $ with remote power management

  • Additional layers of security

  • Easier outsourced PC management

  • More security for sensitive data

Mid to Large Enterprises

They can remotely manage or fix PCs and save money by not having to leave PCs on all night for updates…

Even if it is off or crashed!

Small to Medium Business

Best for Business. Security and Manageability on the chip.

Conversation words

Manageability

Heal

Experts say

Secure

Best for Business

“In essence, vPro allows PCs to be fixed and maintained remotely, potentially saving businesses money because they don't incur the cost of IT staffing levels necessary if maintenance was done at each PC on site. “

Isolate

Hardware-enhanced

Remote client management

Power Management

Protect

CNET,September, 2008

Best in Class

Note: See slides 19-20 for footnote information.


From high performance to extreme energy efficiency, Intel processors offer many choices to best meet your customer’s needs. From basic performance processors all the way up to the best for business: the Intel® Core™2 processor with vPro™ technology, which provides hardware-based security and management capabilities.

How to Select the Right Intel® Desktop Processor

Note: See slides 19-20 for footnote information.


Intel® Gigabit

Network Connection

Intel® Software

How to Select the Right Intel® Desktop Processor continued…

What is in vPro?

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Intel® Q45+ICH10-DO,

Intel® Q35+ICH9-DO

or Intel® Q965+ICH8-DO

Express Chipsets

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Note: See slides 19-20 for footnote information.


Offer your customers the freedom to work where and when they want with the Intel® Centrino® 2 processor technology family.

Powerful notebook PCs built on Intel® Centrino® 2 with vPro™ technology are optimized for business productivity on the move. They deliver expanded wireless connectivity options, longer battery life, performance for demanding applications, and best of all: hardware-based security and manageability enhancements.

How to Select the Right Intel® Mobile Processor

Note: See slides 19-20 for footnote information.


Intel® Chipset

Intel® Wireless

Intel® Gigabit

Network Connection

Intel® Software

How to Select the Right Intel® Mobile Processor continued

What is in vPro?

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Mobile Intel® GM47, GM45 or PM45 Express Chipsets with ICH9M Enhanced;

Mobile Intel® GS45 Express Chipsets with ICH9M-SFF-Enhanced1

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Note: See slides 19-20 for footnote information.


Intel® server components deliver new levels of performance. They also bring dependability, compatibility, scalability, and advanced architecture to your multi-processing environment. Servers built on Intel® Xeon® processors boost performance, improve energy efficiency and offer enhanced virtualization capabilities.

How to Select the Right Intel® Server Processor

Note: See slides 19-20 for more footnote information.


High-performance computing systems built on Intel® Xeon® processors rank among some of the most powerful in the world today. They are playing an ever- increasing role in making intractable problems tractable; making what seemed computationally impossible just a few years ago possible today. Whether your needs are centered on pure performance to solve large scale problems faster, or you need to maximize the compute throughput in a prescribed environment, Intel-based high-performance computing solutions are ready to deliver answers today.

How to Select the Right Intel® Processor: HPC

Note: See slides 19-20 for footnote information.


Intel technology-based workstations are helping users turn their imagination into reality faster than ever before. Dual Intel® Xeon® processors can turn a workstation into a personal supercomputer capable of mega-tasking through complex tasks. Single processor Intel® Core™2 processor-based workstations deliver affordable performance to meet entry workstation needs. Intel Core 2 Extreme processors and Intel Centrino 2 with vPro technology for mobile workstations deliver computing capacity for innovators on the go.

How to Select the Right Intel® Processor for Your Workstation Platforms

QX9300:1066MHz

QX9300:2.53 GHz

Centrino 2 with vPro:1333 MHz

Core2Q/Centrino 2 3.0 GHz

Note: See slides 19-20 for footnote information.


Intel® Xeon® Processors continued

Note: See slides 19-20 for footnote information.


Intel® Xeon® Processors continued

Note: See slides 19-20 for footnote information.


Intel® Xeon® Processors continued

Note: See slides 19-20 for footnote information.


Intel® Xeon® Processors continued

Note: See slides 19-20 for footnote information.


1. System performance, battery life, power savings, high-definition quality, video playback and functionality, and wireless performance and functionality will vary depending on your specific operating system, hardware, chipset, connection rate, site conditions, and software configurations. References to enhanced performance refer to comparisons with previous generation Intel technologies. See http://www.intel.com/products/centrino/index.htm and http://www.intel.com/performance/mobile/benchmarks.htm for more information on performance, power savings, and energy efficiency.

2. Benchmarks and Performance Claims: Any performance tests and ratings provided are measured using specific computer systems and/or components and reflect the approximate performance of Intel products as measured by those tests. Any difference in system hardware or software design or configuration may affect actual performance. Buyers should consult other sources of information to evaluate the performance of systems or components they are considering purchasing. For more information on performance tests and on the performance of Intel products, visit Intel Performance Benchmark Limitations.

3. (NOTEBOOK OR X_CLIENT) Intel® Active Management Technology requires the computer system to have an Intel® AMT-enabled chipset, network hardware and software, as well as connection with a power source and a corporate network connection. Setup requires configuration by the purchaser and may require scripting with the management console or further integration into existing security frameworks to enable certain functionality. It may also require modifications of implementation of new business processes. With regard to notebooks, Intel AMT may not be available or certain capabilities may be limited over a host OS-based VPN or when connecting wirelessly, on battery power, sleeping, hibernating or powered off. For more information, see http://www.intel.com/technology/manage/iamt/.

4. Results shown are from the ‘2007 EDS Case Studies with Intel® vPro™ processor technology’, by LeGrand and Salamasick., 3rd party audit commissioned by Intel, of various enterprise IT environments and may not be representative of the results that can be expected for smaller businesses. The studies compare test environments of Intel® vPro™ technology equipped desktop PCs vs. non- Intel® vPro™ technology environments. Tested PCs were in multiple OS and power states to mirror a typical working environment. Actual results may vary. The study is available at www.intel.com/vpro and www.eds.com.

Results shown are from the ‘2007 EDS Case Studies with Intel® Centrino® Pro processor technology’, 3rd party audit commissioned by Intel, of various enterprise IT environments and may not be representative of the results that can be expected for smaller businesses. The studies compare test environments with Intel® Centrino® with vPro™ technology equipped notebooks vs. non- Intel® vPro™ technology environments. Tested notebooks were in multiple OS and power states to mirror a typical working environment. Actual results may vary. The study is available at www.intel.com/vpro and www.eds.com.

Up to 2x greater range and up to 5x better performance with optional Intel® Next-Gen Wireless N technology enabled by 2x3 Draft N implementations with two spatial streams. Actual results may vary based on your specific hardware, connection rate, site conditions, and software configurations. For more information, see www.intel.com/performance/mobile/index.htm. Also requires a Connect with Intel® Centrino® processor technology certified wireless N access point. Wireless N access points without the Connect with Intel Centrino processor technology identifier may require additional firmware for increased performance results. Check with your PC and access point manufacturers for details.

Disclaimers


Disclaimers continued…

  • 7.Processor frequency as shown represents maximum frequency specification for the respective processor number family.

  • 8. As measured by SPEC*CPU2006 comparing latest generation Intel® Core™2 Duo Processor T9500 and T8100 with a comparable frequency single core Intel® Pentium® M Processor. Actual performance may vary. See http://www.intel.com/performance/mobile/benchmarks.htm for important additional information.  SPEC, SPECint, SPECfp, SPECrate, SPECweb, SPECjbb are trademarks of the Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation.  See: http://www.spec.org  for more information on the benchmarks.

  • 9.(Desktop) Pre-production Intel® Core™ 2 Duo Processor E8200 (6MB L2, 2.66GHz, 1333MHz FSB) and Pre-Production Intel Core™2 Quad Processor Q9450 (6MBx2 L2, 2.66GHz, 1333MHz FSB) on Intel DQ35JOE board, Intel Chipset Software Installation File 8. 30.1013, 2x1GB Dual Channel Micron* PC2-6400 DDR2 800 5-5-5-15. Intel® Pentium®4 Processor 530 (1MB L2, 3.00GHz, 800MHz FSB) on Intel D945GCL board, Intel GMA950 Express Chipset, Intel Chipset Software Installation File 8.1.1.1010, 2x1GB Dual Channel Micron* PC2-6400 DDR2 667 5-5-5-15. Common to all platforms: Seagate* 320GB Barracuda 7200.10 NCQ Serial ATA 7200 RPM, Windows* Vista* Ultimate 32bit. Performance tests and ratings are measured using specific computer systems and / or components and reflect the approximate performance of Intel products as measured by those tests. Any difference in system hardware or software design or configuration may affect actual performance. Buyers should consult other sources of information to evaluate the performance of systems or components they are considering purchasing. For more information on performance tests and on the performance of Intel products, visit http://www.intel.com/performance/

  • TPC-E SQL Server 2005/2008; Intel server pre-production platform with four processors Intel® Xeon® Processor X7350 (2.93 GHz, with 2x4M L2 Cache) or Intel® Xeon® Processor X7460 (2.66 GHz with 16M L3 Cache) 1066 MHz system bus, Intel® 7300 Chipset

  • Intel internal measurements as of June 2008 running vConsolidate. System configuration: Intel® SDP platform (4 x processors listed, 32 GB memory (16*2 GB DIMMs), 2 power supplies, power management settings disabled in BIOS, 2xQLE2462 FC HBA cards (1 in use, 1 at idle).

  • Intel Server pre-production platform with two Quad-Core Intel Xeon processor E5450 3.0GHz, 2x6Mb L2 Cache or E5335, 2x4MB L2 Cache, 1333 MHz system bus, 16GB Memory DDR2-667 FBDIMM, Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise x64 Edition SP1 (64-bit), BEA JRockit 5.0 P27.2.0. Intel internal measurement – September 2007. Perf/Watt calculated by dividing the Performance by measured system power during steady state window.

  • 2x Performance: Dual-Core Intel® Xeon® Processor 5100 Series (“WDC”) Up to 119% (2.19x) higher PerformanceX5460 vs 5160 - Published/measured results on SPECjbb2005* -Oct 2, 07.

  • Intel internally measured results on Manufacturing Working Differently benchmark (SolidWorks and Fluent) as of November 5, 2007. DP 45nm Hi-K Quad-Core Intel Xeon processor X5482 (3.20GHz/1600MHz FSB, 12MB) to UP quad-core Intel® Core™2 Extreme processor QX6850 (3.00GHz, 1333MHz FSB, 8MB)

  • Published/internally measured results on SPECint*_rate_base2006 as of September 27, 2007. Intel® Core™2 Extreme quad-core processor QX6850 to Intel® Pentium® processor Extreme Edition 965


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