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Intel® Embedded Design Center Contact and Support

Support and contact resources for the Intel® Embedded Design Center, with account assistance, registration, applications, tech support, and more.

Intelligent Retail and Transactional Point-of-Sale Technology

Intelligent computing technology at the retail point of sale (POS) offers an improved transaction experience, with greater convenience and security.

Intel® Edison—One Tiny Platform, Endless Possibility

Discover the Intel® Edison development platform—a board so small that it removes huge barriers in the world of wearables and the Internet of Things.

Previous Generation Intel® Processor and Chipset Resources

Intel® processors and chipsets including Intel® Atom™, Intel® Core™, Intel® Pentium®, Intel® Celeron®, and Intel® Xeon® processor families.

Writing Low-Power Use Software

Article: Mobile devices have redefined computational efficiency, requiring low-power software to preserve battery life. (v.1, July 2011)

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Enabling KVM Redirection Over IP For Embedded Applications

White Paper: Describes KVM redirection over IP requirements for Intel® vPro™ technology-enabled embedded platform. (v.001, Dec. 2010)

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Hypervisor Layer Installation on an Intel® Platform

Demonstrates hypervisor layer installation on an Intel® platform using open source hypervisor and operating system. (v.1, Oct. 2010)

Signal Integrity Pitfalls Upon Deviation From Intel® Guidelines

White Paper: Details signal integrity impacts and solutions from common deviations from Intel’s platform design guidelines. (Jan. 2009)

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PowerPC* to Intel® Architecture Migration

White Paper: Operating system, migration, and software considerations for porting software from PowerPC* to Intel® architecture. (v.001, Dec. 2011)

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2nd Generation Intel® Core™ Processor Power Management

Intel® Core™ processor power management technology puts devices in a lower power state when workload decreases. (v.1, Jan. 2011)