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Video Animation: Mark Bohr Gets Small: 22 nm Explained

Mark Bohr explains how Intel 3-D transistors manufactured at 22 nm ensure the pace of technology advancement for years to come.

Non-Volatile Memory

3D XPoint™ is a new breakthrough in non-volatile memory technology enabling memory-like performance at storage-like capacity and cost.

Intel® 64 and IA-32 Architectures Software Developer Manuals

Downloadable software developer manuals and CD-ROM resource ordering information for Intel® 64 and IA-32 architectures.

Intel® Active Management Technology Configuration Utility: Guide

User Guide: Describes the Intel® Active Management Technology Configuration Utility, including prerequisites, and security and network requirements.

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Silicon Technology from Intel

Intel introduces innovative silicon technology processes, delivering leaps in performance and energy efficiency while enabling richer applications.

Intel®’s 22 nm Technology Moves Transistor Into the 3rd Dimension

Backgrounder: Intel's 22 nm innovation ushers in new semiconductor technology and ensures the continuation of Moore's Law.

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Intel® Setup and Configuration Software 9.0 Capabilities

Intel® Setup and Configuration Software 9.0 saves IT departments time and money with remote monitoring, configuration, and other capabilities.

Intel® Silicon Technology Innovations

Intel's silicon technology manufacturing makes fast, smart, and energy-efficient technologies to better performance and reduce environmental impact.

Intel Announces New 22 nm 3D Tri-gate Transistors

Presentation: Intel introduces a fundamentally different technology for future microprocessor families, 3D transistors manufactured at 22nm.

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Intel® vPro™ Technology Enhances Remote Management

Demonstrates the cost-saving benefits of Intel® AMT and Intel® vPro™ technology through remote management capabilities. (v.1, Sept. 2010)