4th Generation Intel® Core™ Processors
Ignite opportunity with intelligent systems
Connect, Manage, and Secure Devices and Data for Intelligent Systems
Intel continues to expand its product offerings and innovation on industry leading 22nm process technology. The 4th generation Intel® Core™ processor family, which provides excellent CPU, graphics, media performance, flexibility, and enhanced security over the 3rd generation Intel® Core™ processors, helps drive new opportunities for connected, managed, and secure intelligent systems. The Intel® Xeon® processor E3-1200 v3 family also supports error correcting code (ECC) memory for improved data integrity and system reliability. Select from these processors and chipsets and enjoy a superior experience.
- Enhanced media and graphics
Intel® HD Graphics 4600 significantly improves performance over the 3rd generation Intel Core processors for smooth video playback and rich, interactive 2D/3D graphics with high quality visual playback, enabling a compelling experience for devices that display videos, graphics, and interactive content such as digital signs.
- Superior performance
The 4th generation Intel Core processor family brings the exceptional CPU performance needed to connect, manage, and secure devices and unlock the data captured by intelligent systems.
Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions 2 (Intel® AVX2) accelerates integer/matrix compute performance for signal and image processing applications, such as digital security surveillance and medical imaging.
- Secure manageability
Intel® Advanced Encryption Standard New Instructions (Intel® AES-NI) supports hardware acceleration for data encryption and decryption.
Enhanced manageability features, such as embedded host-based configuration, help to simplify Intel® vPro™ technology activation of unattended systems, unleashing the benefits of Intel® AMT for retail devices.
- Industry Impact
The 4th generation Intel® Core™ processor family furthers Intel’s ability to enable a wide range of industries to achieve end-to-end solutions. Improvements on these new platforms help drive product innovation in intelligent system designs.
The 4th generation Intel Core processor family delivers rich, interactive multimedia experiences through 2D/3D graphics and video playback enhancements over the previous generation.
"The 4th generation Intel Core platform enables us to develop digital signage with responsive interaction modes such as multi-touch, gestures and speech, and facial recognition." –AOpen
The 4th generation Intel Core processor family enables more secure transactional retail platforms through the latest Intel® technologies while building on existing manageability and interactivity capabilities.
The 4th generation Intel Core processor family is helping transform the modern factory by bringing enhanced performance, strengthened security, and reduced power over the previous generation to industrial PCs, controllers, and human machine interfaces, as the industry looks to minimize costs and maximize new opportunities.
Military, aerospace, and government
The 4th generation Intel Core processor family greatly improves signal and image processing performance over previous generations and provides robust security capabilities, helping ensure optimal situational awareness for improved decision making in demanding environments ranging from aerospace to defense.
The 4th generation Intel Core processor family helps drive healthcare innovation and improved patient outcomes by delivering the signal and image processing performance, reduced power, rich 2D/3D graphics, and robust security necessary to enable designs in a range of healthcare devices from portable ultrasound systems, patient monitors, fitness consoles, and patient bedside terminals.
Digital security surveillance (DSS)
The 4th generation Intel Core processor family, which delivers excellent CPU, graphics, and media performance along with enhanced security and manageability over the previous generation, helps set a new standard in Internet protocol (IP), video-enabled security, and surveillance in devices from network video recorders to video analytics servers.