Currently the Atom processor is no different than any other Intel CPU, it’s just a lot smaller and a lot cheaper. By the end of this year Intel should release Moorestown, a System-on-Chip (SoC) version that uses the Atom processor core and surrounds it with graphics, memory controller and video encode/decode engines:
As promised, more details. In fact, we have a training video on the site now showing the JTAG unit being used for BIOS development, Board initialization and Bringup.
Watch out for new videos featuring VxWorks Debug and Linux Debug in the next few weeks.
Two more videos have been posted on EDC now, one for Linux users, and one for VxWorks users.
I've also got a new twitter account @intel_stewart, so my updates will now be 140 words or less..
intel_stewart: A new video from Windriver on edc.intel.com showing their new JTAG on Embedded Atom and how to debug linux http://bit.ly/jtag1
intel_stewart: How to debug VxWorks using Wind River OCD JTAG tools in Workbench on the Embedded Atom at edc.intel.com http://bit.ly/Jtag2