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Intel® Intelligent System Extended Form Factor Reference

A modular board design that enables the core section of the board design to be placed directly into an embedded design.

Intel® Reference Design for Digital Signage (EL-10)

Intel® Reference Design for Digital Signage (EL-10) ) is an entry-level, turnkey solution powered by Intel® Atom™ processor E3815.

2nd Gen Intel® Celeron® Processor 847E Development Kit

Find an overview, features, and resources of the 2nd gen Intel® Celeron® processor 847E with Intel® QM77 Chipset development kit. (v.1, Sept. 2013)

4th Gen Intel® Core™ i3-4100E Processor with Intel® QM87 Chipset

Find 4th gen Intel® Core™ i3-4100E processor with mobile Intel® QM87 Chipset development kit info for digital signage, POS, and home. (v.1, Dec. 2013)

Norco BIS-6630* Intel® Atom™ Processor N2800 Development Kit

Intel® Atom™ processor N2800-based Norco BIS-6630* development kit overview, installation guide, product brief, and user guide. (v.2, June 2013)

Quanmax QBOX Mini-2000 Series* Development Kit

Intel® Atom™ processor N2600-based Quanmax QBOX Mini-2000 Series* development kit overview, user guide, and datasheet. (v.1, June 2013)

OEM Computing Solutions

Access a web page to learn more about Arrow and Kontron’s partnership to provide OEM computing solutions for embedded systems.

Intel® Atom™ processor

Intel® Atom™ processorn används i en rad olika enheter, som surfplattor, smarttelefoner, netbookdatorer, hybrider och konsumentelektronik.

Digital Signage: Connecting with Consumers

Intel's Jose Avalos delivers the keynote at Digital Signage Expo 2014, and shares how digital signage transforms environments and connects consumers.

Intel® Celeron® Processor Digital Signage: Solution Brief

Brief: The small form factor Intel® NUC featuring the Intel® Celeron® processor drives rich content on high-definition digital signage displays.

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