Atom C2000 SoCs offer the performance of Xeon processors with the added benefit of the extra features found on SoCs.
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Intel is aiming to target all of its market segments from smartphones to datacenters with its new low-power SoC: Silvermont.
While unveiling its latest processor family for datacenters, Intel talks up the potential benefits alongside execs from HP, Facebook, and Microsoft.
A leaked Intel roadmap shows the company's shift to 22-nanometer architecture, quad-cores, HD 4000 graphics with DirectX 11 support, and an all-important increase in battery life.
Leaked documents suggest that Intel's new Atom System-on-a-Chip processors will come in one, two, and four core variants, have clocks speeds ranging from 1.2GHz to 2.4GHz, and feature a 7th-generation GPU that is up to seven times faster than current Atom offerings.
Microsoft still isn't talking about Windows 8 on Intel/AMD system-on-a-chip devices. But Intel has started to open up.
At IDF this week Intel gave an update on its Atom roadmap and talked about how the upcoming Cedar Trail SOC will work in hybrid devices that blur the lines between laptops and tablets.
Chipmaker acquires Dutch-based systems-on-chip startup, Silicon Hive, to make Atom line of chips more attractive to wider base of devices particularly mobile devices, report notes.
At CES in Las Vegas today, Microsoft Windows boss Steven Sinofsky announced support for System on a Chip (SoC) architectures from Intel, AMD, and ARM.
Intel has formed a new design and development group for 'SoC enablement'. That's System on Chip – in other words, making processor chips that include all of the other electronics to do a particular task.
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