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Port of Choice: Intel® Atom™ Processor E6xx Series

Features and benefits of the Intel® Atom™ processor E6xx series include a variety of supported operating systems, software, and other tools.

Optimize Code for Multi-Core Migrations

Webinar: Optimize code and reduce issues when migrating to Intel® multi-core processors using Intel® SPDK and the included CriticalBlue* Prism* tool.

Intel® Atom™ Processor-based Curriculum at Georgia Tech

Ada Gavrilovska discusses how Intel® Atom™ processor-based Georgia Tech curriculum meets the industry need for embedded systems design expertise.

Intel® Atom™ LEAP* Platform: Energy-Efficient Embedded Computing

Reiher and Kaiser, UCLA, discuss Intel® Atom™ LEAP* architecture and embedded systems instructions for energy efficiency.

Intel® Embedded Development Board 1-N450: Demo

Demos the Intel® Embedded Development Board 1-N450; plug-in CPU module fits into a modifiable motherboard to fit different embedded solutions.

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® Embedded Technology: Intelligent Digital Signage

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

Workload Consolidation in Communications Infrastructure

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

Intel® Atom™ Processor E6xx Platform Overview

Overviews the Intel® Atom™ processor E6xx series with Intel® Platform Controller Hub EG20T features and compatibility with platform controller hubs.

Embedded Power Management Features of Intel® Architecture

Legacy power management features on Intel® architecture-based platforms for embedded systems, including various states. (v.001, Aug. 2011)