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Intel shifts Atom development focus to embedded and server applications

Posted on Monday, December 26 2011 @ 22:25:15 CET by


Industry sources told DigiTimes that Intel has adjusted its Atom development focus to embedded and server applications, due to low demand for netbook Atom CPUs. In Q2 2012 the company will introduce the 32nm "Centerton" Atom, which is expected to be followed by the 22nm "Silvermont" in 2013 and the 14nm "Airmont" in 2014.
Intel reportedly plans to launch new members of its Atom CPU-lineup for network-attached storage devices and entry-level servers in the second quarter of 2012, according to industry sources.

The new Atom CPU, codenamed Centerton, will be made with a 32nm process with SoC design in slim architecture and low power consumption, the sources indicated.




 



 

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