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4th Generation Intel® Core™ Processors Up Gaming Innovation Ante: BriefUpping the Ante for Gaming InnovationThe 4th generation Intel® Core™ processor family is helping transform gaming, from slot machines to arcade gamesChallenges• Gaming enthusiasts have increasingly high expectations when it comes to user interfaces.• Gaming’s richer graphics content, including increased use of video, 3-D, and HD content, requires new levels of performance to meet the growing compute-intensive demands.• The importance of cost, operational efficiency, and system reliability is leading to a heightened need for solutions that offer low-power and/or integration.• Companies want to future-proof their large technology investments to secure long-term gains in security, efficiency, performance per watt, and integration.• Data and transactional security are increasing concerns as devices and systems connect to networks and to each other and rapidly developing gaming models proliferate across multiple devices and multiplayer systems.• The gaming industry is moving to network and server-based gaming and handheld wireless gaming, driving a need for secure, cost-effective solutions with the analytics capabilities to turn data into business value.Read the full 4th Generation Intel® Core™ Processors Up Gaming Innovation Ante Solution Brief.
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