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May 24, 2013 8:21:20 PM
Late last year, Intel released the 4-by-4-inch Next Unit of Computing Form Factor. Housed in a tiny case of Intel’s own design, their NUC system, the DC3217IYE “Ice Canyon”, offers consumers a smart, super-small solution for home media and desktop replacement. Soon after the launch of the Intel system, the LGX product engineering team began thinking about how to capitalize on the qualities of the NUC motherboard (small + powerful) and apply them to the embedded market. The result is the NUC-based AG960 system. So what does a commercial NUC look like? And how does it compare to its consumer cousin? I worked with Logic Supply’s Field Application Engineer Casey Atherton and Support Technician Travis Bigelow to test and describe some key differences.
Sep 2, 2011 11:26:55 PM
More information emerges regarding Intel's upcoming Cedar Trail boards
Jan 14, 2011 2:46:01 PM
Intel's new Sandy Bridge platform to revolutionize low-power, image-intensive computing