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UEFI firmware for N-series Intel® Pentium® Processor and Intel® Celeron® Processor Families

The N-series Intel® Pentium® Processor and Intel® Celeron® Processor families (formerly Braswell) use a multicore System on a Chip (SoC) based on a new microarchitecture and are manufactured on Intel’s industry leading tri-gate 14nm process.

This sample UEFI firmware is designed for N-series Intel Pentium Processor and Intel Celeron Processor families, and has been verified on the Intel Cherry Hill BSP. This sample codebase uses the Intel UDK2015 core and Intel® Firmware Support Package (Intel® FSP) to demonstrate building a full UEFI solution by combining open source EDK II with Intel® FSP binaries.

Instructions on the tianocore.org github tree describe how to combine the open source 'pentium-celeron-n-udk2015' github branch with the BraswellBinaryPkg (below) and Intel® FSP to build a complete UEFI firmware solution.

BraswellBinaryPkg

The 'pentium-celeron-n-udk2015' branch requires the following binary package for proper platform initialization:

BraswellBinaryPkg (2016-08-05, ZIP file)
​BraswellBinaryPkg (2016-06-15, ZIP file)

Download this file and merge with the tree as documented in the project's Read Me file:

Read Me (2016-08-05)
Read Me (2016-06-16)

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