Intel® architecture-enabled automotive infotainment solutions deliver the future of transportation by reducing complexity, costs, and time.
Intel's automotive infotainment solutions powered by Intel® architecture enhance the future of transportation today by reducing complexity, costs, and time-to-market.
Intel® processors used for in-vehicle infotainment solutions lower cost and simplify design of rear-seat entertainment and navigation applications.
Using Intel® Atom™ processors for in-vehicle infotainment solutions enables automotive developers to create a platform that reduces development costs and simplifies design complexity for applications such as rear-seat entertainment and navigation.
Solution Brief: The Intel® Atom™ processor E3800 product family for SoC entry-level intelligent systems offers reliability, security. (v.1, Nov. 2013)
Solution Brief: Solve reliability, media, and security Internet of Things challenges with the Intel® Atom™ processor E3800 product family, delivering SoC solutions for entry-level intelligent systems in an array of business segments. (v.1, Nov. 2013)
Case Study: China TravelSky boosts services for aviation tourism by using Intel® technology to improve data center utilization and energy efficiency.
Case Study: China TravelSky boosts IT services for the aviation tourism industry by migrating its system to an Intel® Xeon® processor E7 family-based platform, which improves data center utilization, energy efficiency, and system stability.
Promotion: Embedded innovation enables interactive experiences that are engaging and secure, with seamless connectivity. (v.1, Jan. 2011)
Promotion: Embedded innovation enables interactive experiences that are personalized, engaging, energy efficient, and secure, with seamless connectivity and easy manageability for mobile lifestyles. (v.1, Jan. 2011)Full View >
White Paper: Application Power Guidelines based on realistic power consumption estimates for Intel® Embedded processors. (v.001, Dec. 2010)
White Paper: Application Power Guidelines based on realistic power consumption estimates for Intel® Embedded processors, allowing developers to choose an application that meets workload and energy use requirements. (v.001, Dec. 2010)