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Accelerate Industrial Opportunity

Intel is accelerating the industrial Internet of Things by delivering end-to-end solutions distinguished by a high-performance, scalable architecture.

Intel® Industrial Solutions System Consolidation Series

Application-ready virtualization platforms for simplifying the consolidation of previously discrete subsystems supporting industrial environments.

Intel® Industrial Solutions System Consolidation Series

Application-ready virtualization platforms for simplifying the consolidation of previously discrete subsystems supporting industrial environments.

Embedded Controller: Automation Solutions with Intel® Architecture

Embedded controller technology within Intel® architecture, such as remote management and virtualization, benefit the connected factory.

Hexapod Robot: Reference Design

Reference design details for the hexapod robot, evaluating Q-learning and learned-walking, include an interactive block diagram and specifications.

Perfect Processor for Embedded Systems

Paper: Build embedded systems on a reliable Intel® processor foundation for demanding real-time, always-on, hostile environments. (V1, May 2013)

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Intel® Core™ i5-3610ME Processor Development Kit: Brief

Product Brief: Covers the Intel® Core™ i5-3610ME processor and mobile Intel® QM77 Express Chipset development kit overview and specs. (v.1, Dec. 2012)

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Intel® Core™ i5-3610ME Processor Development Kit: Guide

User Guide: Describes Intel® Core™ i5-3610ME processor development kit hardware setup procedures, features, and use. (v.1, Nov. 2012)

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Norco BIS-6630* Embedded Box PC System: Manual, V1.1

Manual, V1.1: Information about the BIS-6630*, including product overview, hardware features, and BIOS setup. (v.1.1, Mar. 2012)

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Composing the Motion Control of “Shelly”

Discusses how the complex motion control of “Shelly” works through virtualization of the four Intel® Core™ processors in one system. (v.1, Nov. 2013)