Apr 8, 2008
Nic Cho

Intel To Launch Anti-Theft Technology For Notebooks

The world’s largest semiconductor company which aimed to create bold advancements in technology that lead to positive change and a better, more interesting world, Intel, has announced plans to release an innovative technology which designed to prevent theft of laptops, named as Intel Anti-Theft Technology (ATT).

“I’m very happy to announce the Intel Anti-Theft Technology, which Intel is working together with the industry notebook OEMs and all the big names to make sure that we have a solution that really works on asset and data defense,” said Dadi Perlmutter, executive vice president of Intel’s Mobility Group. “One of the biggest worries is that if I lose my notebook – or if it’s been stolen – that the notebook and the data is going to be maliciously used by someone. We are putting a lot of effort into the management of corporate clients.”

According to the company, the innovative Intel Anti-Theft Technology which focuses on asset recovery, theft management and data protection is expected to become available in notebooks by the end of 2008.

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