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Kontron's 2nd generation of Intel Core processor boards feature the 1st generation of cross-platform middleware

The 2nd generation Intel Core processor family brings huge improvements in processing power, graphics performance and power consumption. Further enhancements to power and a smaller footprint, make it the design-in replacement in 2011 for nearly all existing x86 platforms except for the Intel Atom class. But what is it exactly that makes the new processors so attractive?

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That's way more clever than I was expeticng. Thanks!

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