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Low Power Intel® Architecture for Small Form Factor Devices: Supplemental Information

This entry is a supplement to the article Low Power Intel® Architecture for Small Form Factor Devices, by Ram Chary, Pat A. Correia, Raviprakash Nagaraj, and James Song.  Additional technical information presented here was provided by Scott Noble.

The attached Microsoft PowerPoint* slides, included in the file small_form_factor.zip below, are provided to help answer two questions received from a developer by our support team:

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