HotHardware has coverage of what Intel showed off at the International Solid State Circuits Conference (ISSCC), it includes new digital radios and Claremont, a processor that uses so little power that it can be powered by a solar cell. You can check it out over here.
Intel's presentations at the International Solid State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) this year are focused on one of the biggest problems facing modern CPU designers—how to improve power efficiency without sacrificing compute performance. Intel isn't just tackling this problem through conventional process shrinks and smaller dies, however; the company detailed multiple new approaches.
First up is Claremont, Intel's first chip built to run on Near Threshold Voltage (NTV) technology. Claremont is a bog-standard Intel Pentium that's been transplanted from its original 0.8µm process (that's 800nm) to a 32nm architecture.