Improving Embedded Design for Fixed & Mobile Medical Applications with 4th Gen Intel Core Technology and the Internet of Things

April 29, 2014 OpenSystems Media

Intel’s tick-tock cadence of innovation and processor improvement continually drives embedded advances in performance, power, graphics, security, and form factor. Building on the technical achievements of previous processor generations, today’s 4th generation Intel Core product family enables a dramatic performance advantage for embedded systems developers. The improved performance-to-power ratio can accommodate a wider range of mobile and visual applications across verticals, but particularly in medical design. Advanced graphics capabilities for fixed and portable devices enable better real-time diagnostics, while performance gains for floating-point-intensive computations via new instructions to Advanced Vector Extensions (AVX) also benefit image processing applications.

Join us in this webinar to discuss:

  • Applying graphics and computing enhancements to a variety of embedded form factors
  • Building lower power designs with passive cooling to offer less weight, extended battery life, and more mobility
  • Utilizing asset tracking capabilities to manage portable machines and devices
  • Accessing data from fixed and mobile devices using M2M and Cloud Services

Sponsors:
Michael Haedrich, Market Development Manager – Medical, Internet of Things Group, Intel
Jeff Munch, CTO, ADLINK Technology

Moderator:
Curt Schwaderer, OpenSystems Media

Sign up for the on-demand e-cast HERE: ecast.opensystemsmedia.com/467

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