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Join Intel Partner Alliance webinar: 3 steps & top technologies to support hybrid work

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by Peter Krass on 05/31/2022
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This week Intel Partner Alliance is offering a webinar on the important topic of supporting a new business reality: hybrid work.

If your customers are like many, they aren’t going back to the pre-pandemic normal of 5 days a week in the office. In a recent survey by research firm Gartner, 6 in 10 supply-chain leaders said they believe the acceleration of remote work due to the pandemic will create a permanent hybrid-work model. Permanent means hybrid work is here to stay.

Here are the webinar details:

3 Steps & Top Technologies to Support the New Hybrid Business Reality

Working from anywhere and everywhere is our new hybrid business reality.

Cloud, security and manageability solutions are everywhere. Which solutions and process should you put in place to handle the rise in this new IT endpoint transformation?

In this interactive webinar, you’ll hear about the 3 steps every MSP should follow to help scale their support for this new hybrid business reality.

SPEAKER: Eric Townsend, Intel’s director of SMB and MSP marketing

WHEN: Thurs., June 2, starting at 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET
 

Eric Townsend of Intel

Eric Townsend of Intel 

All are welcome to attend this webinar. If you’re an Intel Partner Alliance member, you’ll receive 7 training credits for viewing the webinar live, or 5 credits for viewing on demand.

Attend live, and you’ll also be entered in a random drawing to win an Intel-branded mystery prize.

Register now to attend.

Also check out the Intel Partner Alliance webinar on Tuesday, June 7: Cloud Migration Success and Survival.

Not yet a member of Intel Partner Alliance? Learn more about membership and register to join.

 

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Get into gaming with new PCs from HP & Acer

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by Peter Krass on 05/25/2022
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Looking to get your game on? Smart move.

Gaming is a hot corner of the PC market. The global market for gaming PCs was worth $198.4 billion last year, according to market watcher Mordor Intelligence. The firm predicts gaming-PC sales will grow by nearly 9% a year through 2027, when total worldwide sales will approach $340 billion.

The pandemic has been good for gaming sales, as many people were stuck at home and looking for new ways to pass the time. So have the advent of 5G and other improvements in internet connectivity.

Mobile gaming is now the dominant mode. According to market watcher IDC, mobile gaming now represents 61% of the overall gaming market. Mobile gaming is also growing quickly — about 1.7 times faster than the overall gaming market, IDC says.

NPD Group estimates that last year, 3 in 4 Americans (76%) played a video game. The average gaming time is a surprisingly high 16 hours a week.

HP gaming laptops

Mobile gaming is on tap with 2 new gaming laptops from HP. The company says the new devices “unlock possibilities for gamers to play anywhere.”

Both HP laptops ship with the OMEN Gaming Hub pre-installed. That includes an Optimizer feature that frees system resources and tweaks low-level OS settings to get the most responsive graphical display (as measured in frames per second, or FPS).

First up is HP’s new OMEN 16 laptop. It features revamped thermals to keep the system cool. Under the hood you have the option of an Intel Core i9-12900H series processor. You’ll also find an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 Ti GPU, up to 32GB of DDR5 memory, and up to 2TB of SSD storage.

HP Omen 16 gaming laptop

The HP Omen 16 (pictured above) will ship starting this summer, and retail prices will open at about $1,200.

HP also recently introduced the Victus 15 gaming laptop. The second model in HP’s Victus line, this new laptop features a 15-inch display, as well as 4-way airflow and a 2-heat pipe to keep the device cool.

Under the hood you’ll find an optional Intel Core i7 processor, Nvidia GeForce RTX 3050 Ti GPU, up to 16GB of DDR4 memory, and up to 1TB of SSD storage.

The HP Victus 15 will ship this summer with retail prices starting at just under $800.

Acer’s 3D laptop

Acer recently introduced a gaming laptop with glasses-free, stereoscopic 3D. The new device, called the Predator Helios 300 SpatialLabs Edition gaming laptop, will support more than 50 games at launch, with more added over time.

This Windows 11 laptop uses Acer’s SpatialLabs TrueGame, software that brings stereoscopic 3D to gaming. To make its magic, the software uses a combo of eye-tracking, stereoscopic 3D display, real-time rendering, AI technology, and special shaders and drivers. The overall effect is said to be immersive.

Acer Predator Helios 300 gaming laptop

The Acer Predator Helios 300 (pictured above) features a 15.6-inch display and is powered by up to a 12th gen Intel Core i9 processor. You’ll also find an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 GPU, up to 32GB of DDR5 memory, and SSD Raid 0 storage.

Shipments are set to start in the fourth quarter, with opening retail prices set at just under $3,400.

Get your game on with these new gaming laptops.

 

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Networking gets better with Intel’s precision-timing flexibility

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by Peter Krass on 05/24/2022
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The next generation of precision timing adapters is here. The new Intel Ethernet Network Adapter E810-CQDA2T gives precision-timing customers more flexibility for their port configurations and the ability to lower costs…and some versions even have a hardware GPS chip.

Redundancy is important for 5G vRAN telecom providers, financial-services firms, power grid operators, and others who need high-accuracy timing for their workloads.

Such users typically utilize Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) such as GPS as primary or secondary clock sources. They often complement that with the IEEE 1588 Precision Time Protocol (PTP) and Synchronous Ethernet (SyncE) across a network to provide resilient timing references.

In addition, these users value onboard timing holdover capabilities. They’re useful when satellite or network timing signals get interrupted.

Multiple configurations

The Intel Ethernet Network Adapter E810-CQDA2T is rated at 100 Gigabits/sec. and can be configured multiple ways for maximum flexibility:

> As a single 100Gbps link, with or without a redundant 100Gbps link

> As 8 ports of 10Gbps (with breakout cables)

> As 4 ports of 25Gbps

Flexibility is important to match the application requirements for speed. For telecom providers, a lot comes down to how many radios they have at the top of a cellular-network mast. The 100GbE Intel 800 Series Adapters provide the flexibility to be split many different ways using the Ethernet Port Configuration Tool (EPCT) to support these radio head configurations.

System builders can mix and match Intel’s new 100GbE E810-CQDA2T in the same server. To do this, they can use the Intel Ethernet Network Adapter E810-XXVDA4T, a quad-port adapter introduced earlier this year.

Both adapters use the same device drivers, and both support the Intel FlexRAN software commonly used in 5G networks. In other words, they’re compatible.

Cost savings onboard

The new E810 network adapters come in 2 versions:

> E810-CQDA2TGG1 combines a time synchronization GNSS board with an Ethernet adapter that fits in just 1 PCIe slot, instead of taking up 2 — an important advantage for space-constrained servers.

> E810-CQDA2TG1 can lower costs by cascading time signals between adapters. Coaxial SMA connectors on each card allow cascading timing signals between either adapters or systems, and without burning Ethernet ports for timing synchronization.

Go to market

The market for precision-timing servers and associated gear is specialized. As a result, the Intel Ethernet Network Adapter E810-CQDA2T is sold mainly by 2 groups: OEMs who white-label it with their own branding, and large distributors.

If you have customers looking for this type of Ethernet network adapter, be sure to ask for it by the product code.

And that “T” at the end of the product code? It’s short for “timing.”

Learn more:

> Intel Ethernet 800 Series Product Guide

> Explore more Ethernet from Intel

 

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Cloud migration: Join June 7 Intel partner webinar to survive and succeed

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by Peter Krass on 05/23/2022
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Everyone’s going to the cloud. Yet for many of your customers, the issue is no longer why. It’s all about the how.

To learn how to help them, you’ll want to join an Intel Partner Alliance webinar on June 7. It’s an Intel cloud solution architect tech talk entitled Cloud Migration Success & Survival.

In this webinar, you’ll hear about the leading cloud migration trends and challenges faced by organizations. You’ll also learn how you can help your customers gain the flexibility and agility of the cloud via the integration of hardware, software, and scale-out architectures.

Expert speakers

This tech talk will be delivered by two cloud-computing experts:

> Ranjit Singh, cloud solutions architect, Intel. He has over 15 years of multicloud experience across operations, security and strategic management.

Ranjit Singh of Intel

Ranjit Singh of Intel 

> Swastik Chakraborty, regional technical sales director, APJ, Intel. He helps customers build their data pipelines by leveraging Intel services.

Swastik Chakraborty of Intel

Swastik Chakraborty of Intel

So mark your calendar and plan to attend this one-hour webinar, Cloud Migration Success & Survival, on Tuesday, June 7, starting at 8 a.m. PT / 11 a.m. ET.

Register to attend the webinar.

Not yet an Intel Partner Alliance member? Learn more and register to join.

 

 

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Intel NUC 11 Essential: Get training and marketing help from Intel

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by Peter Krass on 05/19/2022
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You already know that Intel produces some great hardware. But did you know the company is also here to help you market and sell it?

Earlier this year Intel introduced the Intel NUC 11 Essential, a line of mini PCs, kits and boards for kiosks, digital signage, SMB applications and embedded compute.

The Intel NUC 11 Essential is designed for small businesses looking for low-cost, everyday functionality on a Mini PC.

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Intel NUC 11 Essential Mini PC: video chat power

It’s both small and affordable. But that doesn’t mean the thing sells itself.

That’s where you come in. And where Intel wants to help.

Intel provides NUC 11 Essential marketing resources in Intel Partner Marketing Studio and updated training courses in Intel Partner University.

Marketing resources

To help you market the Intel NUC 11 Essential products, Intel offers a dozen resources in its Partner Marketing Studio.

You’ll find them in a marketing campaign called Intel NUC 11 Essential: Unmatched Value in a Slim Mini PC.

The campaign’s marketing assets include videos, technical specs, product messaging documents, a 1-pager listing the key specs, a more detailed product brief, and plenty of colorful product images you can use in your promotions.

All the resources are available in English. A couple are also available in French and German. And all are free to Intel Partner Alliance members.

Updated training

It’s hard to sell what you don’t fully understand. That’s why Intel Partner University is offering a training course entitled Intel NUC 11 Essential for Everyday Computing.

This course will help you understand the key features and value of the Intel NUC 11 Essential family. You’ll also learn how your customers can use these devices and components for retail kiosks, collaboration, streaming, digital signage and more. Finally, you’ll learn about the advances the latest generation delivers.

Best of all, completing the course takes just 10 minutes.

This Intel Partner University training can be taken either separately or as part of a Competency. Competencies are deeper training curriculums that help you build expertise in an Intel product, technology or business segment.

This Competency, called NUC Mini PC Solutions, is designed for salespeople, marketers, technologists and IT pros.

The training comprises a total of 16 courses. These courses will introduce you to the Intel NUC family, tell you about its various products, and acquaint you with the solutions the Intel NUCs enable.

Complete the Competency, and you’ll earn a digital badge you can use to promote your expertise online for up to 18 months.

So don’t just admire the cool new Intel NUC 11 Essential hardware. Get these free marketing and training resources and start selling them.

All these resources are free for members of Intel Partner Alliance. Not yet a member? Learn more and register to join now.

 

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Join Intel Partner Alliance webinar: 12th gen vPro real-world business cases

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by Peter Krass on 05/12/2022
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This month Intel Partner Alliance is offering a webinar you won’t want to miss.

The topic: 3 real-world business cases for the new 12th Gen Intel vPro Platform.

Everyone is welcome to attend this webinar. If you’re an Intel Partner Alliance member, you’ll also receive 7 training credits for viewing the webinar live, or 5 credits for viewing on demand.

Attend live, and you’ll also be entered in a random drawing to win an Intel-branded mystery prize.

Here are the details:

Top 3 Real-World Business Use Cases of the New 12th Gen Intel vPro Platform

Many Intel Partner Alliance members use Intel vPro technology in their businesses every day. With the launch of the new Intel vPro platform, powered by 12th Gen Intel Core, there are new features and targeted product segments (including SMB) where partners are seeing more scale.

Join this live webinar to learn about the new 12th Gen Intel vPro Platform. You’ll also hear a partner talk about their real-world uses cases and the associated metrics they’re focusing on to grow their business.

Attend live, and you could also win an Intel-branded mystery prize.

Eric Townsend of Intel

SPEAKER: Eric Townsend (pictured above), Intel’s director of SMB and MSP marketing

WHEN: Thurs., May 19, starting at 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET

Register to attend.

Not yet a member of Intel Partner Alliance? Learn more about membership and register to join.

 

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Vision 2022: Intel announces new CPUs, GPUs, more

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by Peter Krass on 05/10/2022
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Intel held its big Intel Vision hybrid event this week, and during the first day, company officials made several important announcements. (Update: You can now watch Intel Vision 2022 highlights on demand.)

Intel Vision 2022 opened with a keynote event that featured Intel leaders including CEO Pat Gelsinger. Over some 2 hours, they announced advancements across silicon, software and services.

Several partners and customers presented, too. They included Argonne National Labs, Autodesk, Bosch and Blue White Robotics.

Here’s some of what Intel announced on Day 1 of Intel Vision 2022:

New 12th Gen Intel Core HX mobile processors

These were announced by Michelle Johnston Holthaus, general manager of Intel’s client computing group. There are 7 new mobile processors, and Holthaus said they wil be the last members of the 12th gen Core family.

12th gen Intel Core HX mobile processor

12th gen Intel Core HX mobile CPU

Intel says these new CPUs deliver desktop-class compute power to mobile laptops. That’s the kind of oomph needed for applications that include CAD, animation and creating visual effects.

The new HX CPUs are unlocked out of the box. They offer up to 16 cores (8 performance, 8 efficient), and clock speeds of up to 5 GHZ. SKUs will be available in Core i5, Core i7 and Core i9 models.

Sapphire Rapids shipping

That’s the codename for the 4th gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors, and Intel’s initial SKUs are now shipping. The announcement was made by Sandra Rivera, GM of Intel’s datacenter and AI group.

These data-center CPUs support DDR5, PCIe 5, and CXL 1.1. They’re also equipped with new integrated accelerators that deliver up to 30x performance versus the prior generation through software and hardware optimizations for AI workloads.

New Habana 2nd gen AI processors

Habana Labs, an Intel unit focused on AI deep learning processor technologies, launched its second-generation deep learning processors for training and inference. They’re called Habana Gaudi2 and Habana Greco.

Habana Gaudi2 AI processor

Habana Labs Gaudi2 AI processor

According to Intel, the new processors address an industry gap by providing customers with high-performance, high-efficiency deep learning compute choices for both training workloads and inference deployments in the data center. At the same time, the new processors aim to lower the AI barrier to entry for companies of all sizes.

The benefits are said to include more efficient deep learning; greater networking capacity, flexibility and efficiency; and simplified model development and migration.

Data Center GPU

Raja Koduri, executive VP of Intel’s accelerated computing systems and graphics group, introduced a product called, simply enough, the Intel Data Center GPU.

Code-named Arctic Sound-M, it’s the industry’s first discrete GPU with an AV1 hardware encoder. Performance will target 150 trillion operations per second (TOPS), or enough to stream more than 40 games on a single card.

As Koduri pointed out, the new GPU runs the same software stack that already exists on Intel Xeon processors. That’s part of Intel’s “One API” strategy.

The Data Center GPU is scheduled to ship in the third quarter. It will be available in 2 form factors and in systems from more than 15 partners including Dell, Cisco and HPE.

Project Apollo

This collaboration between Intel and consultants Accenture kicked off with an announcement by Sandra Rivera. The program that will provide enterprises with 30+ open-source AI solutions kits.

The kits are being designed to make AI more accessible to customers in on-prem, cloud and edge environments.

Rivera said the first Project Apollo kits will be released in July.

Aurora supercomputer

Aurora is a giant supercomputer being built by Argonne National Labs in partnership with Intel. How giant? Well, it has enough racks for 10,000 nodes. And once it’s up and running, Aurora should perform at greater than 2 exaflops.

The news announced at Vision came from Rick Stevens, an associate director at Argonne. He said Aurora is now available for reservations and setting up development accounts.

The idea is that on Day 1, Aurora will have workloads to run. Said Stevens, “We need a lot of flops.”

Expand your Vision:

> 12th gen Intel Core HX mobile processor

> Habana Labs: 2nd gen AI processors

> Intel announces new cloud-to-edge technologies

> Watch Vision 2022 highlights on demand 

 

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Turn on tiered memory with Intel Optane PMem

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by Peter Krass on 05/05/2022
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Would your data-center customers like faster memory at lower cost? Then tell them about tiered memory.

Tiering has for years helped customers optimize their storage. Now tiering is evolving with new innovations for memory with Intel Optane Persistent Memory (Intel PMem). 

Optimize by Tiering

For storage, tiering lowers costs while also speeding application performance. Tiering does this by assigning different types of data to different types (or tiers) of storage.

For example, tiering puts hot data—information accessed and updated frequently—on the fastest storage media, such as SSDs. And it puts cold data—archives that are never updated and accessed only rarely—on slow media such as tape drives.

Now a similar approach is being applied to memory. And the benefits are similar: lower costs, plus the ability to process larger sets of data faster by bringing it closer to the CPU, thereby improving application performance.

Memory’s next step

Intel Optane PMem can be used as either volatile or persistent memory. It lets large datasets exist closer to the CPU, delivering faster processing and insights.

Intel Optane PMem is the next evolutionary step in tiered memory. Unlike DRAM, Intel Optane PMem is fully persistent. That means it stores data even when the server’s power goes off.

And when compared with DRAM, Intel Optane PMem technology offers the ability for data persistence and higher capacities, but at a lower cost.

Also, your customers can combine Intel Optane PMem with DRAM on different tiers to get data insights faster and with bigger memory pools. Intel’s own tests show that using Intel Optane PMem can double a server’s memory capacity while lowering costs by as much as 25% per virtual machine.

Do your customers use real-time analytics or AI workloads? If so, Intel says Intel Optane PMem can improve their workload performance by up to 2x.

Options galore

Implementing Intel Optane PMem is straightforward. The Intel Optane PMem 200 Series is packaged in a standard dual in-line memory module (DIMM). And it uses the same bus/channel as DRAM.

When paired with 3rd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors, the Intel Optane PMem 200 Series supports up to 6 TB total memory per socket, and with consistently low latency.

Intel Optane PMem is available in modules of 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB. It’s installed in proportion to DRAM, ranging in ratios from 1:1 to 1:8.

Several Intel partners offer solutions for Optane technology. They include VMware, which has used Intel Optane PMem when running SAP HANA in a VMware vSphere environment. The benefits include expanded system memory resources and a lower total cost of ownership (TCO).

Sound good? Then check out Intel Optane PMem:

> Intel Optane Persistent Memory

> Top 5 Reasons to Deploy Intel Optane Technology (infographic)

> Intel Optane Persistent Memory overview (via Intel Partner University)

> Implementing High Availability in VMware vSphere 7.0 U2 for SAP HANA with Intel Optane PMem (technology brief)

> Skill up: Build your sales acumen on Intel Optane technology for the data center (earn an Intel Competency badge)

> Skill up: Build your technical skills for Intel Optane technology for the data center (earn an Intel Competency badge)

 

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Research Roundup: Hardware-based security, tablets and Chromebooks, remote-work misalignment

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by Peter Krass on 05/02/2022
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Hardware-based security is on the rise. Tablet and Chromebook shipments are falling. And workers and their bosses are misaligned on the subject of working remotely.

That’s from the latest IT industry research. Here’s your tech provider’s roundup.

Secure systems start with hardware

Only a third of companies (36%) use hardware-assisted security solutions today, but nearly half (47%) say they’ll adopt hardware solutions within the next year.

That’s among the findings of a new survey sponsored by Intel and conducted by Ponemon Institute. In all, 1,406 individuals were surveyed worldwide. All were in job roles that have them influencing their organizations’ decisions regarding investments in security tech.

Of that group using hardware-assisted security tech now, 85% also said that hardware- and firmware-based security is a high or very high priority. And about two-thirds (64%) said it’s important for vendors to offer a choice of both hardware- and software-based security capabilities.

Tablet & Chromebook shipments slip

Tablet shipments worldwide fell by nearly 4% in the first quarter compared with the year-earlier period. And Chromebook shipments worldwide fell by nearly 62% year-on-year.

Those are the latest figures from market watcher IDC. It says these markets are “adjusting to new conditions.”

More specifically, IDC says, tablet shipments worldwide totaled 38.4 million units in the first quarter. That’s a 3.9% drop from last year’s first quarter, when shipments totaled 39.9 million units.

Chromebook shipments in this year’s first quarter totaled 5.1 million units, IDC says. That represents a 61.9% decline from the year-earlier quarter, when shipments totaled 13.3 million units.

What’s up (or down) with Chromebooks? Market saturation, says IDC. Still, shipments actually rose in Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan and China) thanks to large investments in edtech.

The tablet market is seeing the entry of new suppliers that include OPPO and Xiaomi. Of course, they haven’t yet made a dent in market leader Apple’s share. Apple now controls nearly a third of worldwide tablet shipments (31.5%), and no other vendor comes even close.

Hybrid work: employees & leaders misaligned

Does working from home hurt your chance of being promoted? Depends on who you ask.

In a recent survey conducted by Gartner, 70% of employees said on-site workers are more likely to be promoted and paid more than their remote-working colleagues.

But when Gartner polled their bosses — senior executives — it got a very different answer: 94% of the senior execs said their own jobs can be done remotely at least one day a week. And nearly a quarter of them (24%) want to be fully remote.

This misalignment could be costly. Gartner expects 37.4 million U.S. workers to quit their jobs this year, a nearly 20% increase from pre-pandemic levels.

 

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Intel Unite gains new subscription model, new channel support

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by Peter Krass on 04/26/2022
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Intel has updated its Intel Unite solution for collaboration and content sharing.

The Intel Unite solution is now available as a subscription service. It runs on a wider range of devices. And it’s easier for the channel to buy and resell.

Intel is also offering partners new Intel Unite training courses.

Intel Unite

Intel Unite: with new ways to use and resell

Intel Unite is a content-sharing and collaboration solution designed for business, education and healthcare. It lets both in-person and remote participants share content directly from their devices without the need for cables, dongles or adapters.

Though Intel Unite has been offered for several years, it’s taken on a new relevance with the rise of hybrid work. The new, post-pandemic workplace is shaping up to include a mix of both in-office and at-home staff. Intel Unite’s interoperability is a perfect fit.

Changes for users

In the past, the Intel Unite software was bundled with specific PC SKUs. To be compatible with Intel Unite, their PC hub had to use the Intel vPro platform.

This year, Intel has changed that. Now the Intel Unite solution is being offered as a subscription only.

Also, the Intel Unite software will run on any Windows 10 or 11 PC with anything newer or better than a 7th gen Intel Core i5 processor. This means your customers can repurpose older Intel-based PCs to act as their Intel Unite solution hub.

Changes for the channel

Intel has also made some changes for channel partners that want to resell or repackage the Intel Unite solution.

A new reseller program offers 3 structured tiers, each with a progressively larger discount. Resellers are assigned to a tier based on their go-to-market strategy, which includes their sales projections and number of staff who complete the Intel Unite Solution Competency, an in-depth training program with 14 short courses.

To help resellers further, Intel has just released the first version of a new web portal. Channel partners can use the portal to place orders, make payments and more. Access to the portal is granted after a reseller completes an Intel agreement.

Training gains

On the partner training front, the Intel Unite Solution Competency, available only in Intel Partner University, has been refreshed with 5 new courses:

> What is the Intel Unite solution?

> How the Intel Unite solution works

> Partnering with Intel for success

> How to sell the Intel Unite solution

> Next steps: Implementing an Intel Unite solution proof-of-concept (PoC)

In all, the Intel Unite Competency offers a total of 14 courses. Complete all of them and pass each course quiz, and you’ll earn an Intel Partner Solution Pro badge. Use this badge promote your skills online and in social media for up to 18 months.

Get United:

> Check out the Intel Unite solution

> Apply for Intel Unite reseller status: unite@intel.com

> Get trained with the 14-course Intel Partner University Competency: Intel Unite Solution

Partner University is a free benefit of Intel Partner Alliance. Not yet an Alliance member? Learn more and register to join.

 

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