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Intel® Atom™ Processor E660 Development Kit: BriefIntel® Atom™ Processor E660 with Intel® Platform Controller Hub EG20T Development KitProduct OverviewThe Intel® Atom™ processor E660 with Intel® Platform Controller Hub EG20T development kit offers an excellent platform for the evaluation and rapid development of a variety of embedded applications. The platform included in this kit is comprised of a COM Express* module with the processor and a micro-ATX* carrier board with the platform controller hub, connected together and packaged in a briefcase.The Intel Atom processor E660 integrates an Intel Atom processor core (512K L2 cache, 24K data, and 32K instruction L1 cache), 3D graphics and video encode/decode, plus memory and display controllers in one package. The COM Express module provides industry-standard PCI Express* as the primary processor-to-I/O controller interface to the carrier board. The Intel Platform Controller Hub EG20T integrates a range of common I/O blocks required in many market segments such as industrial automation, retail, gaming, and digital signage. These include SATA, USB host and device, SD/SDIO/MMC, and gigabit Ethernet media access controller (MAC), as well as general embedded interfaces such as CAN, IEEE* 1588, SPI, I2C*, UART, and GPIO.Read the full Intel® Atom™ Processor E660 Development Kit Product Brief.
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First Intel® Atom™ processor-based system-on-chip offers embedded system integration and flexibility.
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Tech leaders discuss the power of connecting billions of devices to extract greater big data insights.
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