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Intel® Core™2 Duo Processors for Embedded Computing: BriefIntel® Core™2 Duo processors—members of Intel’s growing product line of multi-core processors based on Intel® Core™ microarchitecture—now feature 45nm process technology to deliver even greater energy-efficient performance. Intel Core 2 Duo processor technology makes it possible to integrate two complete execution cores in one physical package, providing advancements in simultaneous computing for multi-threaded applications and multitasking environments. Intel’s hafnium-based 45nm Hi-k silicon process technology enables even more processor performance by doubling transistor density and increasing cache size by up to 50 percent. The result is improved speed and efficiency, relative to previous-generation dual-core Intel® processors.Intel Core 2 Duo processors meet the needs of a wide range of performance-intensive, low-power embedded applications in smaller form factors such as retail and transaction services (i.e., point-of-service terminals and ATMs), gaming platforms, industrial control and automation, digital security surveillance and medical imaging. While incorporating advanced processor technology, they remain software-compatible with previous IA-32 processors.Read the full Intel® Core™2 Duo Processors for Embedded Computing Brief.
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