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technical reference manual for Xeon-W11955M CPU

kramars
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Please help. We are embarking upon an embedded project using this CPU. We need the technical reference manual for this CPU which tells us everything we need to know to use it in an embedded product. (subsystem setup, configuration, registers, etc for all subsystems such as clocking, interrupts, timers, etc). Furthermore, we need to know what Intel forum is best to get support for embedded developers rather than consumers. We have exhausted the internet as a resource and cannot find this critical resource.

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Mike_Intel
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Hello kramars,


Thank you for posting in Intel community Forum.


Base on your inquiry, we have specific forum for these issues or inquiries. I will be transferring this thread for faster response. 


If you have questions, please let us know. Thank you.


Best regards,

Michael L.

Intel Customer Support Technician


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IntelSupport
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Hi Kramars,


Greetings for the Day!


Please find the attached link for your reference:

Intel Xeon W11955M Processor 24M Cache 2.60 GHz Product Specifications


Thank you for using Intel products and services.


Best Regards,

Jerome

Intel Customer Support.


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kramars
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Thank you but we already found this manual ourselves. It does not contain the detailed hardware/software setup of the _entire_ CPU. As I said in my original post, we need to know how to configure the clock "module" in the Xeon, what the registers are to do that, what values need to be placed there and what those values/bits mean/enable/disable/accomplish. Repeat this same level of detail for interrupt controller, timers, ethernet, usb, uart, spi, i2c, can, etc. The reference manual that does this explains EVERY aspect of the hardware from the software perspective. The reference manual is what a product developer needs in order to insert your CPU into our product and make it do what our product needs to do. 

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Azeem_Intel
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Hi kramars,


Greetings for the day!


Hope you're doing well. Kindly give us some time. We will check with our internal team and get back to you with a resolution.


Please do not hesitate in contact us, we are more than glad to assist you.


Best Regards,

Azeem_Intel

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Azeem_Intel
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Hi kramars,

 

Greetings for the day!

 

Please note that this processor segment is designed for mobile devices, so all relevant documentation will be available through the motherboard or computer manufacturer. if you need any technical help then you should contact the computer manufacturer for assistance. In regards to the customer's inquiry about the best source of embedded information and support, please refer to the following URL: https://community.intel.com/t5/Embedded-Products/ct-p/embedded-products. Please be aware that Intel does not provide information on how to change the "Clock module" as it falls outside of our scope of support. We recommend referring to our community site for further assistance

 

 

Best Regards,

Azeem_Intel

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kramars
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We ARE the motherboard manufacturer/computer manufacturer. We are planning to put this CPU on our motherboard that our EE is engineering/designing now. We need the documents I'm asking for so that our embedded software team can write the firmware/BIOS/BSP code so that your CPU works on our motherboard. This request is a normal request of a CPU vendor to provide the documentation needed by engineering teams. Freescale, TI, NEC ALL provide this kind of documentation. Intel is no different. Please find someone who knows what I'm asking for and have them answer? This is not a consumer who is trying to do something to an existing board. This is an engineer who needs documents that provide the information we need to embed this CPU on our board.

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Azeem_Intel
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Hi kramars,

 

Greetings for the day!

 

Sorry for the inconvenience, Please note that this processor segment is designed for mobile devices, so all relevant documentation will be available through the motherboard or computer manufacturer. if you need any technical help then you should contact the computer manufacturer for assistance. In regards to the customer's inquiry about the best source of embedded information and support, please refer to the following URL: https://community.intel.com/t5/Embedded-Products/ct-p/embedded-products. Please be aware that Intel does not provide information on how to change the "Clock module" as it falls outside of our scope of support. We recommend referring to our community site for further assistance

 

 

Best Regards,

Azeem_Intel

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