The new Intel EP80579 Integrated Processor with Intel QuickAssist technology and Intel Atom processor expand choices for today’s embedded developers when it comes to employing multi-chip solutions in small form factor designs. Advantech is taking advantage of the benefits these products offer by incorporating multi-chip solutions into systems that will power a variety of products in several markets including telecommunications equipment. Kontron is using Intel Architecture-based multi-chip solutions in COM Express compatible modules that are used in pocket-sized remote field diagnostic equipment for example. Companies such as Advantech and Kontron, both Premier Members of Intel Embedded and Communications Alliance, are helping embedded designers pack more functionality in smaller packages without sacrificing performance.
It is time to rethink how far you can push your designs by extending the benefits of Intel Architecture in new ways. If you are challenged by the growing requirements of demanding embedded and communications applications and small form factor design criteria, check out this E-cast.
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