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Intel® BLDK Core for Linux*

Install Package: UEFI-based Intel® BLDK firmware components for initialization on Intel® Atom™ processor-based CRBs on Linux*. (v.2.3.6.8, Jan. 2012)

Intel® BLDK Core for Crown Bay Using Windows*

Application: Intel® BLDK core UEFI-based firmware component for performing basic initialization on Crown Bay using Windows*. (v.2.3.6.8, Jan. 2012)

Intel® BLDK Core for Cedar Rock – Windows* (Source Code)

UEFI-based firmware component performs basic initialization on the Intel® Atom™ processor N2000 and D2000 series-based customer reference board.

Crown Bay Customer Reference Board: Release Notes

Release Notes: A history of releases, configurations, and known issues associated with Crown Bay customer reference board. (v.1.3.6.21, Jan. 2011)

Intel® Boot Loader Development Kit v.1.3.3.17 for Russellville

Software: The Intel® Boot Loader Development Kit v.1.3.3.17 for Russellville with Intel® processor potentially avoids standard BIOS overhead.

Intel® Boot Loader Development Kit: Release Notes

Release Notes: Related documents on Intel® Boot Loader Development Kit, including known and resolved issues, and new features. (v.2.0.0, Oct. 2010)

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Intel® Embedded Technology: Intelligent Digital Signage

Learn how intelligent digital signage solutions enhance shopper experience with anonymous video analytics, interactive touch screens, and more.

Demands on Embedded Devices in a Connected World: Paper

White Paper: Discusses demands and trends driving workload diversity and communications-centric functionality in embedded device capabilities.

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Radio Network Layer Data Plane Processing: Paper

White Paper: Describes how embedded Intel® architecture implements the workload associated with a Radio Network Layer Data Plane pipeline.

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Workload Consolidation in Communications Infrastructure

Intel® Virtualization Technology enables workload consolidation on a single architecture, simplifying network complexity and management.