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4th Generation Intel® Core™ Processor Ignites New Industrial SolutionsIgniting New Industrial OpportunitiesEnabling a new era of industrial automation solutions with the 4th generation Intel® Core™ processor familyChallenges• Manufacturing is rapidly evolving, stretching industrial organizations to address growing operational complexity and aging infrastructure, while striving for faster time to market to meet emerging opportunities.• Customers require systems that future-proof big investments, allowing for gains in performance, efficiency, performance per watt, and other benefits over time.• Cyberattacks and other security concerns are an increasingly critical consideration in the rapidly developing Internet of Things in which automated industrial systems are growing ever more connected.Solutions• Consolidating multiple automation workloads—such as control and human machine interfaces (HMIs)—on a single computing device requires superior performance. The 4th generation Intel Core processor family delivers incredible CPU processing performance and outstanding graphics performance.• The single-chip footprint of the U-processor platform of the 4th gen Intel Core processor family offers the same high performance of 3rd generation Intel Core processors at significantly less power.Read the full 4th Generation Intel® Core™ Processor Ignites New Industrial Solutions Solution Brief.
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