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Workload and System Consolidation with Virtualization, Part 2

Discusses how Intel and Wind River use virtualization and the Intel® Industrial Solutions System Consolidation Series to simplify consolidation.

Embedded Systems Performance Increased with Wind River and Intel

Wind River optimized the 64-bit and multi-core support in their products to boost performance of 3rd Gen Intel® Core™ processors.

Tutorial for Debugging Intel® Platform with Linux*

Shows how to view tasks on Linux*, hit breakpoints, and compile objects exposed to debugging while using on-chip debugging tools. (v.1, June 2009)

User Space Software Debug Demo With Simics*

Demonstrates using classic Simics* features such as reverse execution and break pointing to debug user space applications. (v.001, May 2012)

Create Embedded Linux* Distributions Using the Yocto Project*

Mark Hatle of Wind River Systems describes the Yocto Project* and how to use it to create a custom embedded Linux* distribution. (v.001, Oct. 2011)

Router Network and Simics* Crystal Forest Platforms Debug Demo

Demos debugging a router network and networking capabilities of two Simics*-run Crystal Forest platforms acting as gateways. (v.001, May 2012)

Android* Optimization on Intel® Architecture-Based Platforms

Intel’s Ishu Verma discusses Android* optimization on Intel® architecture-based platforms, including Android* SDK and NDK toolsets. (v.001, Oct. 2011)

Peak Embedded Performance with Intel® Core™ Processor Family

Introduces the Intel® Core™ processor family, which enables peak embedded performance for digital signs, medical diagnostics, and video analytics.

Video Decode Performance: Intel® Atom™ Processor E6xx Series

Demos the video decode capability of Intel® Atom™ processor E6xx series with simultaneous decoding tasks, highlighting improved performance.

Intel® Atom™ Processor E6xx Series: System-On-Chip

The first Intel® Atom™ processor-based system-on-chip furthers embedded systems with new levels of integration and unprecedented flexibility.