Discontinued Maker & Innovator Products
Intel has discontinued Intel® Galileo development boards, Intel® Edison compute module and developer kits, Intel® Curie™ modules, including Arduino 101* (branded Genuino 101* in some countries), and Intel® Joule™ compute module and developer kits. Find support, documentation, and guides below.
Intel® Joule™ Compute Module
This powerful system on module (SoM) was designed to help inventors and IoT developers contribute to a new generation of robots, drones, and IoT devices that are equipped with Intel® HD Graphics, 3D modeling, object recognition, and interactive capabilities.
Intel® Galileo Board
Designed specifically for makers, students, educators, and DIY electronics enthusiasts, the Intel® Galileo Gen 2 board is Arduino* certified, built on fully open-source hardware with a software environment for advanced compute functionality.
Intel® Edison, Intel® Galileo, and Intel® Joule™
Intel is discontinuing Intel® Galileo development boards, Intel® Edison compute module and developer kits, and Intel® Joule™ compute module and developer kits. To help customers manage through the Intel Galileo, Intel® Edison, and Intel® Joule discontinuances, Intel will support last time orders of the products through September 16, 2017, and will fulfill those orders through December 16, 2017. There are no further software releases planned for the Intel Galileo or Intel Edison platforms. As of September 15, 2017, Intel will archive its online resources and maintain availability to Intel Galileo, Intel Edison, and Intel Joule communities until June 15, 2020. Files licensed under open-source licenses will continue to be generally available in binary and source code on GitHub*.
Intel® Curie™ module and Arduino 101* board
Intel has announced the end-of-life timeline for the Intel® Curie™ module, and will discontinue manufacturing Arduino 101* development boards, powered by the Intel Curie module. Intel is actively working with alternative manufacturers to continue to make the Arduino 101 development board available to the market. To help customers manage through the Arduino 101 discontinuance, Intel will support last time orders of Arduino 101 products through September 17, 2017, and will fulfill those orders through December 17, 2017. Software support for Arduino 101 and other Intel Curie-based development boards will continue to be provided through the Arduino IDE available for download from arduino.cc. There are no further software releases of the Intel Curie Open Developer Kit (ODK) planned. As of September 15, 2017, Intel will make its online resources available for review only and maintain availability to the Intel Curie community until June 15, 2020. Files licensed under open-source licenses will continue to be generally available in binary and source code on GitHub.