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Implementing Firmware on Embedded Intel® Architecture DesignsExecutive SummaryEmbedded Intel® architecture designs include a firmware stack which initializes CPU cores, memory, IO, peripherals, graphics, and provides runtime support for operating systems. This paper gives a high-level overview of a number of firmware technologies to be considered on Embedded Intel® architecture designs.Many links to external references are included. Because of its inherent complexity and number of technologies to be considered, the general recommendation is made that OEM Embedded Intel® architecture firmware design teams consider starting with an available solution from an IBV, ISV or the Intel® ecosystem and build on it to meet their particular product requirements.There are a number of firmware technologies to be considered on embedded Intel® architecture designs.Read the full Implementing Firmware on Embedded Intel® Architecture Designs White Paper.
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