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09/20/16 02:23 AM
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Based on Intel architecture, the Intel® NU80579EZ600C Integrated Processor is among the first in a series of breakthrough systemon-a-chip (SOC) processors, delivering excellent performanceper-watt for small form factor designs in communications, storage and embedded applications. This fully pin-compatible product line also includes the Intel NU80579EZ600C Integrated Processor with Intel® QuickAssist Technology. This SOC processor delivers a significant leap in architectural design, with an outstanding combination of performance, power efficiency, footprint savings and cost-effectiveness compared to discrete, multi-chip solutions. Featuring embedded lifecycle support, it is ideal for a wide range of applications such as smallto-medium business (SMB) and enterprise communications equipment, retail and transaction terminals, print and imaging applications, access applications, SMB and home network attached storage, and industrial automation applications.

This single-chip design includes an Intel architecture complex based on the Intel® Pentium® M processor, integrated memory controller hub, integrated I/O controller hub, and flexible integrated I/O support with three Ethernet MACs, two Controller Area Network (CAN) interfaces and a local expansion bus interface.

The Intel NU80579EZ600C Integrated Processor includes multiple product offerings with a range of core speeds and thermal design power1 (TDP), along with an industrial temperature option ideal for communications and industrial automation solutions in unconstrained thermal environments. The processor is software-compatible with previous members of the Intel® microprocessor family, enabling smooth migration.

Edited by Lucy12345 on 09/20/16 02:24 AM.

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10/02/16 05:04 AM
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I was looking for this information, thanks for the post! happy to join your community, always watch for updates!

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