Most promising embedded computing applications of Intel Core i7 processor featured in Webcast May 19

NASHUA, N.H., 3 May 2010. The Core i7 microprocessor from Intel Corp. is taking the aerospace and defense embedding computing industry by storm, largely do to the floating-point processing capability of the i7 device. Learn about why the Core i7 is one of the biggest developments in years for military and aerospace embedded computing applications in a Webcast at 3 p.m. eastern time on 19 May.

Editor's note: GE Intelligent Platforms changed its name to Abaco Systems on 23 Nov. 2015 as a result of the company's acquisition last September by New York-based private equity firm Veritas Capital.

NASHUA, N.H., 3 May 2010. The Core i7 microprocessor from Intel Corp. is taking the aerospace and defense embedding computing industry by storm, largely do to the floating-point processing capability of the i7 device. Learn about why the Core i7 is one of the biggest developments in years for military and aerospace embedded computing applications in a Webcast at 3 p.m. eastern time on 19 May.

While Intel is incorporating floating-point processing in the Core i7 to enable desktop and laptop computers to handle video faster and more efficiently, the military embedded computing community looks to floating point for digital signal processing (DSP) to crunch the complex and fast-moving data streams from radar, sonar, electronic warfare, and signals intelligence systems, as well as for advanced video processing. Register for the Webcast online at http://video.webcasts.com/events/pmny001/viewer/index.jsp?eventid=34669.

This Webcast features presentations from embedded computing companies GE Intelligent Platforms, Curtiss-Wright Controls Embedded Computing, Extreme Engineering Solutions, as well as from Intel, the designer and manufacturer of the Core i7.

More information is online at www.militaryaerospace.com/index/webcasts.html.

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