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Bsquare Corporation (NASDAQ: BSQR), in collaboration with Intel Corporation, integrates Intel vPro® technology into Bsquare’s secure device management solution, SquareOne. As a member of the Intel Partnership Alliance, Bsquare has worked closely with Intel system engineers to bring this unique product to device manufacturers.
The inclusion of the Intel vPro platform, with Intel® Active Management Technology, makes SquareOne one of the most comprehensive device management tools on the market by providing customers with the ability to remotely shut down devices. devices, even in the event of an operating system failure, and isolate compromises. devices. This feature, known as “out of band management”, means that routine maintenance and simple support tasks, such as restarting a device when the operating system is down, can be handled out of distance. At a time when skilled labor is hard and expensive to find, SquareOne with Intel vPro will allow users to focus their workforce on critical issues.
“We built SquareOne knowing that devices must intelligently participate in their deployment, management and ongoing operation,” said Ralph C. Derrickson, President and CEO of Bsquare. “Intel vPro integration enhances SquareOne’s remote management capabilities. We are excited to work with Intel as we strive to serve device makers with products for the connected world.”
With Intel vPro enabled, retailers using SquareOne can troubleshoot point-of-sale issues remotely, reducing costs and downtime. School IT staff can ensure that technical difficulties in the classroom do not interfere with learning. Hotels and restaurants can focus on increasing guest satisfaction by improving response time to hospitality kiosks and signage issues.
Launched in 2021, SquareOne is compatible with Windows IoT, Linux and Android operating systems, allowing customers to manage connected devices in one system. SquareOne provides operational flexibility and device coordination, which can lead to significantly lower costs, less downtime, and increased security.