Intel entered the boards market targeted at hobbyists and makers recently, under the Arduino Certified program.
The first board, named Galileo, received mixed results. So did the second board, an updated Galileo Gen. 2.
The third board, called Edison, includes solid features in a very compact size. The Edison is based on a dual-core SoC, which includes a micro-processor and a micro-controller, and a combo-WiFi and BLE radio.
Another board, the Arduino 101 or Intel Curie, features a neural network with an Arduino form-factor.