Intel® M2M Reference Design for Smart Services Development based on the Intel® AtomTM Processor

March 1, 2016

The need for M2M connectivity and compute is accepted worldwide by technology leaders who share the vision that most, if not all, electronic devices will be connected to the Internet in the not too distant future. When those devices become connected, new opportunities for services, delivery of content, system optimization and a limitless number of other possibilities will emerge.

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