Centrino

The Centrino brand represents Intel Wi-Fi and WiMAX adapters. It was formerly a platform-marketing initiative from Intel until January 7, 2010.

Previously, the brand covered a particular combination of mainboard chipset, mobile CPU and wireless network interface in the design of a laptop. Intel claims systems equipped with these technologies deliver better performance, longer battery life and broad wireless network interoperability.

The new product line name for Intel wireless products is Intel Centrino Wireless.

Read more about Centrino:  Intel Centrino, Centrino With Intel VPro Technology

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Intel V Pro - VPro Hardware Requirements - Laptop PC Requirements
... Laptops with Intel vPro require For Intel AMT release 4.1 (Intel Centrino 2 with vPro technology) 45 nm Intel Core2 Duo processor T, P sequence 8400, 8600 ... For Intel AMT release 4.0 (Intel Centrino 2 with vPro technology) 45 nm Intel Core2 Duo processor T, P sequence 8400, 8600, 9400, 9500, 9600 small form factor P, L, U sequence ... For Intel AMT release 2.5 and 2.6 (Intel Centrino with vPro technology) Intel Core2 Duo processor T, L, and U 7000 sequence3, 45 nm Intel Core2 Duo processor T8000 and T9000 Mobile Intel 965 (Broadwater-Q ...
Centrino With Intel VPro Technology - Security Technologies
... vPro have the typical dual-core or quad-core processor and wireless features of the Centrino family ... The 45 nm Centrino 2 package is based on the Penryn microprocessor and Q47/Q45 chipset ... It includes a better graphics engine (integrated) than Centrino, and three key additional features Transport Layer Security (TLS) secured communications over an open local ...