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Intel® Atom™ Processors 400/500 with Intel® 82801HM I/O Controller

The embedded Intel® Atom™ processor 400/500 series with Intel® 82801HM ICH provides rich I/O functions and integrated graphics and memory control.

Monitor CPU Temperature with DTS and PECI

White Paper: Monitor CPU temperature data reported by on-die DTS and PECI to develop power management and thermal control schemes. (v.1, Sept. 2010)

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Fanless Cooling for Embedded Applications

White Paper: Reference fanless cooling solution for embedded point-of-sale application design considerations utilizes CFD simulation. (Jan. 2009)

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Low Power System Design with Memory Down

White Paper: Design a low power, scalable embedded system with memory down on the PCB instead of traditional memory connectors. (v.001, Aug. 2009)

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Advantech AIMB-212*: Datasheet

Datasheet: Includes Advantech AIMB-212* features, specifications, board diagram, Value-Added Software Services, and more. (Aug. 2009)

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Advantech AIMB-212*: Startup Manual

Startup Manual: Includes Advantech AIMB-212* packing list, specifications, installation instructions, board diagram, and more. (v.1, Dec. 2009)

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Advantech AIMB-212*: User Manual

User Manual: Advantech AIMB-212* general information includes connecting peripherals, BIOS operation, software, VGA, LAN, and more. (v.1, Dec. 2009)

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Advantech AIMB-212* Seed Board Features

Overview: Diagram and key features of the Advantech AIMB-212* Pineview-based seed board, including ordering information for Q1 2010. (Nov. 2009)

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Intel® 22nm 3D Tri-Gate Transistor Technology

Video Animation: Mark Bohr discusses Intel® 22nm 3D Tri-Gate technology.

Intel® Architecture: Enable the Smart Grid

Intel® Xeon® processors make distributed-intelligence possible. Since components are connected, redistributing stored energy is more efficient.