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Full Virtualization in a Wireless Medical Use Case

Wireless medical demo acquires data with Linux* while viewing on Windows*, running simultaneous OS with Intel® architecture and virtualization.

Intel® 6 Series Express/Intel® C200 Series Chipsets: Spec

Spec: Interface, controller, functional, signal, and power descriptions for Intel® 6 Series Express and Intel® C200 Series Chipsets (v.2.2, Jul. 2012)

Intel® Core™ Processor-Based Customer Reference Board BIOS Image

Software: BIOS image for the customer reference board based on 2nd generation Intel® Core™ processors and Intel® 6 Series Chipset. (v.81, Apr. 2012)

Zlib* Sample Patch: Download Instructions

Download Instructions: Links to the zlib* sample patch for Intel® QuickAssist Technology. (v.L.0.4.4_001, Oct. 2013)

Intel® Core™/Pentium®/Celeron® with Q67/B65/H61 Express Chipsets

The 2nd generation Intel® Core™, Pentium®, and Celeron® processor families support quad- and dual-core configurations and enhance media and graphics.

Peak Embedded Performance with Intel® Core™ Processor Family

Introduces the Intel® Core™ processor family, which enables peak embedded performance for digital signs, medical diagnostics, and video analytics.

Intel® Core™ Microarchitecture Embedded Scalable Platform: Note

Note: A guide for getting hardware and software components to boot an embedded scalable platform on Intel® Core™ microarchitecture. (v.1, Oct. 2011)

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The Threat of Cybercrime Growth

Infographic: Keep your business safe from cybersecurity threats; understand the growth, complexity, and frequency of cybercrime.

2nd Gen Intel® Core™ Processor Family: Thermal Design Guide

Thermal Guide: Thermal and mechanical specs for properly dissipating heat created by 2nd gen Intel® Core™ processor mobile family. (v.3, Mar. 2013)

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2nd Generation Intel® Core™ Processor Power Management

Intel® Core™ processor power management technology puts devices in a lower power state when workload decreases. (v.1, Jan. 2011)