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Intel® Atom™ LEAP* Platform: Energy-Efficient Embedded Computing
Effective Validation of Firmware
Power-Performance Using Heterogeneous Architecture
Distributed Systems: Challenge in Embedded System Design
Embedded Systems Activities at the Indian Institute of Science
Cloud at Home: Virtualized Personal Infrastructures
SpiderWare*M3 Platform Management Software Demo
Multi-Core Processor Performance Optimization
Building Embedded Intel® Applications with Open-Source Tools
Intel® Intelligent Systems Framework Animation
Intel Intelligent Connected Systems Video
Haptic Feedback Glove: Part 2
Online Detector for The Tubular Bottle: Part 2
The Art of Shadow Puppet, Intel® Atom™ Stage: Part 1
Haptic Feedback Glove: Part 1
Discusses Intel® Atom™ LEAP* architecture and embedded systems instructions for energy efficiency.
Discusses some of the major problems with firmware development and validation.
Provides an overview of heterogeneous architecture and power-performance.
Jan M. Rabaey discusses distributed computing trends in embedded system design.
Delivering small, fast, and efficient storage with less power consumption for small form factors.
Servers with the embedded controller deliver superior performance scalability in the data center.
Controller is a compact, low-power solution for GbE implementations on small form-factor designs.
Internet Devices Chipsets enable low-power, portable devices powered by the Intel® Atom™ processor.
The Intel® Atom™ processor powers a variety of devices such as tablets, smartphones, netbooks, hybrids and consumer...