Intel Starts Remote Connectivity Drive, partners with Jajah on VoIP

by admin August 14, 2008 at 2:32 pm

Intel has unveiled a brand new technology called “Remote Wake” that allows your computer to wake up from a deep sleep mode to perform a particular task.

The technology will be available on some of Intel’s newer Chipset PCs which will be accessible via any internet devices, which will mean that computers could be turned on or off at will, provided you have an always on internet connection.

In effect, Intel plans to make any Mobile Internet Devices become internet based remote controls capable of allowing machines to download files or start a recording.

Some of you are certainly aware though that remote waking is certainly not new; Wake On Lan has been around for quite some time and allowed a computer to be turned on or woken up remotely by a remote message.

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