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4th Generation Intel® Core™ Processor for Military, Aerospace, GovernmentAdvancing Mission SuccessThe 4th generation Intel® Core™ processor family enables improved decision making in critical military, aerospace, and government environmentsChallenges• Mission-critical applications in military, aerospace, and government (Mag) environments require the highest possible performance at the lowest-size weight power possible, without compromising the stringent security and anti-tamper requirements.• Mission-critical applications are moving from 2-D to 3-D, adding richer content for better, faster intelligence gathering. Richer graphics content, including increased use of video and HD content, requires a new level of performance to meet growing compute-intensive demands.• Economic considerations require that large technology investments be as future-proofed as possible, securing long-term gains in security, efficiency, performance per watt, and other benefits.• Mag personnel require long-lasting, portable devices that enable consistent responsiveness to operational needs, when and where they arise.• Greater optimization of the rising volumes of data must be achieved via improved analytics able to turn rising data volumes into mission value.Read the full 4th Generation Intel® Core™ Processor for Military, Aerospace, Government Solution Brief.
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Demonstrates how to use a USB drive to boot a customer reference board to DOS. (v.1, June 2010)
Automatically change the boot up disk order to reboot in the event of failure. (v.001, Dec. 2010)
Recover and diagnose failure remotely, preventing costly downtime. (v.001, Dec. 2010)
Discusses increasing throughput for multi-core processors. (v.1, June 2009)
Measure actual power consumption of components and embedded systems. (v.001, July 2011)