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Intel® Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) Specification includes tools, training, resources, and download agreement.
UEFI driver tools and resources for UDK application developers inlcudes platform kits and driver development guides.
The Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) is an industry-standard interface for OS-directed configuration and power management.
Revision 0.97: high-level design of the Compatibility Support Module code to implement the Intel® Platform Innovation Framework for EFI.
UEFI technical specifications updates, kit overview, industry leaders discuss benefits of using EDK II.
Specification: core code and services to implement the Driver Execution Environment (DXE) phase of the Intel® Platform Innovation Framework for EFI.
Defines core code for an implementation of the Pre-EFI Initialization phase of the Intel® Platform Innovation Framework for EFI.
View Intel® Unified Extensible Firmware Interface presentations (UEFI ppt) from the 2010 Intel Developer Forum.
Defines the core code, services, and design required in the SMBus Host Controller Protocol for the Intel® Platform Innovation Framework for EFI.
Defines core code for an implementation of the System Management Mode phase of the Intel® Platform Innovation Framework for EFI.
Paper explains UEFI-based HP innovations for notebooks, Byosoft innovations for UEFI pre-boot, overview of UEFI pre-boot applications.
Includes Dell recommendations, impact of UEFI advancements from LSI and Phoenix Corporations, IHV applicable features, UEFI benefits to IHVs.
Overview of boot time, performance improvements, sample results, demo, why fast POST for Windows 7, other considerations for Windows 8
Firmware Guide: How to install a UEFI 2.3.1-compliant BIOS image on an Intel® Desktop Board DQ57TM with development, testing, and driver debugging.
Intel, Inspur, and Insyde: overview of boot time, performance improvements, demo, why fast POST for Windows 7, other considerations.