Provides the websites of various vendors that support the IXP4XX product line of network processors with hardware assist debug tools, including a synopsis of which vendors cover which SKUs.
Release Notes: Extensions to the release functionality described in Intel® EP80579 Software for IP Telephony Applications on Intel® QuickAssist Technology Programmer's Guide, includes new features, supported OS, and known issues. (v.009, June 2010)
Getting Started Guide: Instructions to obtain, build, install, and execute the Intel® EP80579 software for security applications on Linux*. (v.003, Sept. 2009)
Shows how to view tasks on VxWorks*, hit breakpoints, and compile objects exposed to debugging while using an Intel® Atom™ processor and Wind River on-chip debugging JTAG tools with Wind River Workbench*. (v.1, June 2009)Full View >
Intel Platform Application Engineer Ishu Verma discusses Android* optimization on Intel® architecture-based platforms, including the Android* SDK and NDK toolsets as well as the benefits and drawbacks of using NDK. (v.001, Oct. 2011)Full View >
Mark Hatle of Wind River Systems describes the Yocto Project* and how to use it to create a custom embedded Linux* distribution on any architecture. (v.001, Oct. 2011)Full View >
Datasheet: Intel® EP80579 Integrated Processor product line architecture, platform memory and device configuration, signaling, error handling, power management, register summary, and IA-32 core and integrated memory controller hub. (v.3, Aug. 2009)
OS Porting Guide: How to port released software for Intel® EP80579 integrated processors to an unsupported operating system, includes source code modifications, and common pitfalls. (v.003, June 2009)