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Intel® Xeon® processor C5500 and C3500 series interactive block diagram provides a description of the functions, capabilities, and connectivity.
The embedded Intel® Xeon® C5500 processor family with Intel® 3420 Chipset offers superior performance and PCI Express* non-transparent bridge.
Intel® Q57 Express Chipset continues to push innovation: designed to deliver quality, performance, and industry-leading I/O technologies.
Datasheet, Vol. 1: Describes electrical, signaling, and interface specifications for the Intel® Xeon® processor C5500/C3500 Series. (Feb. 2010)
Datasheet, Vol. 2: Describes configuration process and registers for the Intel® Xeon® processor C5500/C3500 series. (Feb. 2010)
Presentation: Jasper Forest Intel® Xeon® processor feature overview and benefits for embedded and storage solutions includes demo. (v.001, Sept. 2009)
See how less equals more with Intel® Xeon® processors, providing power savings, scalability, integration, real estate, and workload consolidation.
Solution Brief: Test solutions based on Intel® multi-core processors support dynamic, two-way traffic and thoroughly test computing infrastructure.
Thermal Design Guide: Provides thermal and mechanical design guidelines for the Intel® Xeon® Processor C5500/C3500 series. (v.002, Aug. 2010)
Platform Brief: Intel® processors increase performance per watt through integration of I/O into the processor. (v.1, Jan. 2010)
Benchmark Summary: Compares Trenton System* Host Boards using Intel® processors, illustrating increased memory bandwidth performance. (Feb. 2010)
Programming Guide: Configurations, interface, and API for the non-transparent bridge on Intel® Xeon® processor C5500/C3500 series. (v.001, May 2010)
Spec Update: Update to datasheets volume 1 and 2 for the Intel® Xeon® processor C5500/C3500 series, including changes and errata. (v.001, Apr. 2012)
White Paper: Outlines next gen Intel® microarchitecture Nehalem benefits: scalability, power efficiency, and performance. (v.001, Apr. 2008)
White Paper: Explains how on-demand TV services built with Intel® Xeon® processors reduce power usage and costs. (v.001, Jan. 2010)