Video: Intel and Green Hills Software* present the unique value of Intel® Atom™ for next generation in-vehicle infotainment systems.
Intel Embedded and Green Hills Software demonstrate the unique value of Intel® Atom™ processors for next generation in-vehicle infotainment systems with an in-progress example of rich-media MeeGo* applications and safety-critical IVI applications.すべて表示 >
PCI Express* Compliance Load Board demo covers tools, oscilloscope, platform, waveform analysis, SigTest software, and reports. (v.001, Mar. 2010)
Showcases Intel® microarchitecture uncore performance monitoring registers, counters, and integrated memory controller specifics.
Technical Lab Series demonstrates how to monitor Intel® microarchitecture uncore performance with registers, counters, and integrated memory controller specifics. (v.1, July 2011)すべて表示 >
Overview: Intel’s Michael Monson and Amit Aneja discuss the features and advancements of the Intel® Xeon® E3-1200 processor family. (v.001, July 2011)
Shadow puppet performance demonstrates the use of Intel® Atom™ processor-based robots that control the puppets; part 1.
This file contains the customer reference board design layout and placement data.すべて表示 >
Displays haptic feedback glove, an augmented reality technology using the Intel® Atom™ processor; part 1.
Ada Gavrilovska discusses at-home cloud computing and virtualized personal infrastructure, including architecture, Vplay project, and Vstore project.
Ada Gavrilovska discusses at-home cloud computing and virtualized personal infrastructure, including architecture, Vplay project, and Vstore project.すべて表示 >
Pranav Mehta, Intel® Embedded and Communications Alliance, discusses the future of embedded devices for his keynote speech at Intel Cup, 2010.
Video: Lunarworthy Controllers from Commercial Electronics
Red Whittaker of Carnegie Mellon University presented history of embedded systems in motion and future of embedded systems in space applications at Intel® Embedded Education Summit 2010.すべて表示 >
Intel’s Don Feuerstein demonstrates how to boot a customer reference board to DOS using a USB drive by modifying BIOS settings. (v.1, June 2010)