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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
Building Embedded Intel® Applications with Open-Source Tools
Multi-Core Processor Performance Optimization
SpiderWare*M3 Platform Management Software Demo
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.
Servers with the embedded controller deliver superior performance scalability in the data center.
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...
Single-port transceiver connects to the platform’s integrated media access controller.