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Consolidate Applications Using Virtualization White PaperDelivering Deterministic, Real-Time Performance with a Low-Cost Intel® Atom™ Processor-based PlatformAn entry-level board uses virtualization to consolidate general purpose and real-time applications, reliably and securely, thereby reducing product cost, design complexity, and time to market.IntroductionOver the past decade, virtualization technology has inched its way down from big, iron mainframes to highly embedded systems, such as industrial controllers. Accelerating this trend, embedded developers can now consolidate real-time and general purpose applications onto a single board, a solution that costs about USD 100 to manufacture.This is possible with a low power, fanless platform based on the dual-core Intel® Atom™ processor D510 and INtime* from TenAsys, running real-time and Windows* operating systems at the same time. This low-power platform, under 20 watts, features the first embedded Intel Atom processor with two cores, providing the computing performance needed to support virtualization for industrial and other embedded applications.Read the full Consolidate Applications Using Virtualization White Paper.
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Platform overview covers new Intel® Atom™ processor with Intel® NM10 Express Chipset features.
Discusses Intel® Atom™ LEAP* architecture and embedded systems instructions for energy efficiency.
Enables scalability with Intel® Atom™ processors for cost, compute, or low-power performance options.
First Intel® Atom™ processor-based system-on-chip offers embedded system integration and flexibility.