Faced with stiff competition at the mobile end of the market, it appears that Intel is hoping sales of expensive machines to enterprises will set the company back on track.
Talking to Reuters, Tom Garrison, an Intel VP, said that sales of its vPro microprocessors represent a fifth of the corporate PC business.
Garrison said that there are over 100 million vPros in enterprises worldwide and sales of these particular processors are particularly lucrative.
It introduced what it described as a fifth generation vPro today.
In overall terms, Intel said earlier this month that the PC market will be flat in 2015 with prices falling.