Discover the world of embedded innovation with Intel's intelligent systems solutions and find resources for developers in the Intel® EDC.
See what’s new in the world of embedded innovation; discover intelligent systems solutions from Intel in retail, communication, and the automotive industry, and tools and resources for development in the Intel® Embedded Design Center.
Detailed walk-through of how to set up Intel® Node Manager includes installing the system in the data center and configuration of energy monitoring.
Detailed walk-through shows how to set up a server with the Intel® Node Manager feature, includes unboxing the system, mounting into the data center, and configuration of power and thermal monitoring to manage system energy use.Full View >
The embedded Intel® Centrino® Ultimate-N 6300 dual-band Wi-Fi adapter delivers up to 450-Mbps bandwidth, extended range, and reliable connectivity.
The embedded Intel® Centrino® Ultimate-N 6300 dual-band Wi-Fi adapter delivers up to 450-Mbps bandwidth, extended range, and reliable connectivity for heavy-traffic networks and data-intensive apps, such as streaming HD video and multi-user gaming.
Introducing 3-D transistors manufactured at 22nm for future microprocessor families, continuing pursuit of Moore's Law.
Introducing a fundamentally different technology for future microprocessor families, 3-D transistors manufactured at 22nm, enabling Intel to continue to pursue Moore's Law.
Resource center explores the fundamental challenges and benefits of enterprise mobility, bring your own device strategies, and mobile devices.
Explore the Bring Your Own Device Resource Center to learn the fundamental challenges and benefits of enterprise mobility, to find a plan that works with existing IT infrastructure, and to choose Intel-based mobile devices for your employees.
Decide on the right tools to help you put your enterprise mobility solution into action, including Intel® products that increase mobile productivity.
Decide on the right tools to help you put your enterprise mobility plan into action, such as Intel® products that increase enterprise mobility.
Improvements to multi-core architecture make packet processing viable on Intel® processors, resulting in high performance and reduced hardware costs.
Packet processing on Intel® processors is a viable option with continued improvements to multi-core architecture, resulting in superior performance, reduced hardware costs, a simplified application development environment, and faster time to market.