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How to Build Products Using Open Platform Firmware

  Platforms like MinnowBoard are a great starting point for IoT edge hardware... as long as you lock down a few things in the firmware. Since these platforms are primarily made for debugging and hacking, they ship with unsigned binary firmware...

Fostering 4K Adoption and Demand: Intel Software Services Powers Live Sports

From the black-and-white TVs of the last century to this year’s latest Kindle*, screens and displays on devices have vastly improved their quality over time. But they have not matched the visual clarity of life experiences; especially if you like...

Signed UEFI Firmware Updates in EDK II

Intel has recently contributed a full implementation for UEFI Capsule update, including support for the EFI System Resource Table (ESRT) and Firmware Management Protocol (FMP), under EDK II. The SignedCapsulePkg has been ported to two open platforms...

From firmware to fog: building smart sensors for logistics

When you get deep into solutions for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), the line between firmware and application gets blurry ... or, in this case, foggy. Most of my development experience has been in one particular form of firmware,...

Now is the Time to be Proactive with Security

Security is Key Intel is motivated to help the industry obtain the best return on investment in cybersecurity. A strong cyber posture is core to winning and maintaining consumer satisfaction and confidence. So what can be done to help companies...

How Simulation Started a Billion-Dollar Company

For this blog post, we will go back in time to the early 1990s. At that time, “PC graphics” was almost an oxymoron. If you wanted to do real graphics, you bought a “real machine”, most likely a Silicon Graphics* MIPS*- based workstation. At the PC...

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