Zuken Offers PCB Reference Design for Intel IoT Devices


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Zuken announces that board reference designs for Intel-produced Internet of Things (IoT) devices prepared in CR-8000 Design Force are now available from Intel. Delivery starts with the Intel Atom Processor E3800 series of products.

Intel Corporation and Zuken are engaged in a technical partnership working to address convenience improvements for designs in Zuken PCB design environments that use Intel platforms. This delivery of reference designs forms just one part of these efforts.

With the continued rise of IoT, it is becoming increasingly important for products developed by embedded system manufacturers to incorporate highly advanced designs using the latest electronic components in the shortest period of time. Embedded system manufacturers using Intel platforms can greatly reduce the time required for design reviews by obtaining the reference design in Zuken PCB design formats.

This initiative will greatly improve the efficiency of embedded systems designs based on Intel® Architecture (IA). Intel and Zuken plan to continue their collaboration to enhance design efficiency for developers, while providing optimal IA solutions for the emerging IoT market.

For further information, see www.zuken.com/design-force

About Zuken

Zuken is a global provider of leading-edge software and consulting services for electrical and electronic design and manufacturing. Founded in 1976, Zuken has the longest track record of technological innovation and financial stability in the electronic design automation (EDA) software industry. The company’s extensive experience, technological expertise and agility, combine to create world-class software solutions. Zuken’s transparent working practices and integrity in all aspects of business produce long-lasting and successful customer partnerships that make Zuken a reliable long-term business partner.

Zuken is focused on being a long-term innovation and growth partner. The security of choosing Zuken is further reinforced by the company’s people—the foundation of Zuken’s success. Coming from a wide range of industry sectors, specializing in many different disciplines and advanced technologies, Zuken’s people relate to and understand each company’s unique requirements. For more information about the company and its products, visitwww.zuken.com

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