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Introduction to Embedded Power Profiling
Intel® Xeon® Processor 5500 Series Thermal Design Specifications
On-Chip Debugging for Intel® Processors
Intel TXT Demonstration
Intel® Active Management Technology Improves Manageability
Introduction to Intel® Software Development Tools
Intel® Power Management Guide
Tips and Tricks for Simplifying Multi-Core Development
Multi-Core Applications for Maximum Performance
Video: Real-Time and Multi-Core: Benefit or Challenge?
Kyowa Strain Gage Measurement for Circuit Board Assembly
Create Embedded Linux* Distributions Using the Yocto Project*
Android* Optimization on Intel® Architecture-Based Platforms
Migration Solutions for Embedded Intel® Architecture
Uncore Performance Counters
BIOS Specification Update: Platform Controller Hub errata, clarifications, changes. (v.001.3, Sept. 2012)
Application Note: A guide for bringing up hardware and software components. (v.1, Oct. 2011)Preview | Download
Thermal and Mechanical Guide: Specifications for two processor series and socket. (Jan. 2011)Preview | Download
Thermal and Mechanical Guide: Specifications for processor and socket. (v.2.3, Dec. 2010)
Controller provides dual-port gigabit connectivity in a multi-core and virtualized platform.
Servers with the embedded controller deliver superior performance scalability in the data center.
Controller is ideal for small form-factor designs and client/server LAN on motherboard configurations.
Controller is a compact, low-power solution for GbE implementations on small form-factor designs.
Single-port transceiver connects to the platform’s integrated media access controller.