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Intel® Intelligent System Extended Form Factor Reference DesignAccelerating the time to market and enabling customization and differentiation to amplify the value of intelligent systems with Intel reference design program.A leading market research company reports that embedded design houses are turning to reference designs and looking for opportunities to offer product differentiation to drive profits. At the same time, to accelerate time to market, to seize the opportunity for pre-sales designs, and to deliver consulting services are also important expectations from embedded design houses.The Intel® Intelligent System Extended Form Factor Reference Design (Intel® ISX Form Factor Reference Design) program introduces a new, exceptionally small reference design built on a powerful Intel® architecture platform. Packing so much computing power into a small form factor, the Intel ISX Form Factor Reference Design offers embedded design houses the benefits of a flexible and customizable engine with the processing performance to drive digital signage, information kiosks, intelligent systems, and Internet of Things devices where space and size is a constraint.Read the full Intel® Intelligent System Extended Form Factor Reference Design Product Brief.
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Animation: Intelligent system prospects for digital signage, retail, and security. (v.1, Jan. 2013)
Animation: Technology supports retail connectivity, security, and manageability. (v.1, Jan. 2013)
Animation: Options include point-of-sale terminals, digital signs, and security. (v.1, Jan. 2013)
Demos set-up, software, oscilloscope settings, and power delivery assessments. (v.001, Mar. 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)