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Intel® Atom™ Processor-based Curriculum at Georgia Tech

Ada Gavrilovska discusses how Intel® Atom™ processor-based Georgia Tech curriculum meets the industry need for embedded systems design expertise.

Intel® Atom™ LEAP* Platform: Energy-Efficient Embedded Computing

Reiher and Kaiser, UCLA, discuss Intel® Atom™ LEAP* architecture and embedded systems instructions for energy efficiency.

ACPI Provides Efficiencies for Firmware Development

Article: Operating system-directed power management using ACPI provides cost-effective firmware development and fast time to market. (v.1, July 2009)

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Real-Time High-Performance Computing Optimizes Multi-Core Systems

Article: Intel® technology enables real-time high-performance computing solutions for multi-core processors. (v.1, July 2009)

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Command Alkon Ends Two-Box Solution for Real-Time Embedded System

Case Study: Command Alkon’s embedded real-time system uses TenAsys eVM*, and Intel® Virtualization Technology. (v.002, Mar. 2010)

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Thermal and Power Challenges of Embedded Environments

Article: Embedded environments, such as in-vehicle infotainment and digital signage, require complex thermal and power solutions. (v.1, July 2011)

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Intel® Atom™ Processor E6xx Platform Overview

Overviews the Intel® Atom™ processor E6xx series with Intel® Platform Controller Hub EG20T features and compatibility with platform controller hubs.

Port of Choice: Intel® Atom™ Processor E6xx Series

Features and benefits of the Intel® Atom™ processor E6xx series include a variety of supported operating systems, software, and other tools.

IPsec Performance Demonstration

Demonstration of IPsec performance on the Crystal Forest platform, including user interface and system architecture overviews. (v.001, Aug. 2011)

Unified Configuration Demo Using Intel® vPro™ Field Image Kit

Introduces unified configuration and demonstrates how to support provision modes using the Intel® vPro™ Field Image Kit. (v.1, March 2010)