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Medical Devices, Imaging Performance, and Security

As medical imaging and medical devices share more data, Intel works with manufacturers on security, performance, and integrated graphics processing.

Intel Healthcare and Life Science Solutions Worldwide

Innovation improving healthcare and life sciences worldwide.

Intel® Atom™ Processor E3800 Product Family: Brief

Platform Brief: For intelligent systems, the Intel® Atom™ processor E3800 product family delivers compute, graphics, and media. (v.2, Jul. 2014)

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Application Power Guideline for Intel® Embedded Processors

White Paper: Application Power Guidelines based on realistic power consumption estimates for Intel® Embedded processors. (v.001, Dec. 2010)

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Safe, Secure, and Sustainable Body Area Networks: Presentation

Presentation: Discusses body area sensor networks, use of Intel® Atom™ processors, and Impact lab research at Intel® Embedded Education Summit 2010.

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Safe, Secure, and Sustainable Body Area Networks

Sandeep Gupta of Arizona State University discusses the need for body area sensor networks as part of the Intel® Embedded Education Summit of 2010.

Safe, Secure, and Sustainable Body Area Networks: Presentation

Presentation: Discusses body area sensor networks, use of Intel® Atom™ processors, and Impact lab research at Intel® Embedded Education Summit 2010.

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Application Power Guideline for Intel® Embedded Processors

White Paper: Application Power Guidelines based on realistic power consumption estimates for Intel® Embedded processors. (v.001, Dec. 2010)

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Safe, Secure, and Sustainable Body Area Networks: Presentation

Presentation: Discusses body area sensor networks, use of Intel® Atom™ processors, and Impact lab research at Intel® Embedded Education Summit 2010.

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Safe, Secure, and Sustainable Body Area Networks

Sandeep Gupta of Arizona State University discusses the need for body area sensor networks as part of the Intel® Embedded Education Summit of 2010.