FUD Zilla also learned that Intel's 2013 Shark Bay platform will be available in two versions; the regular dual-chip solution which pairs the 22nm chip up with the Lynx Point chipset, but also a one-chip platform that may be aimed at low-power applications.
Intel also hinted out that there will be a one-chip Shark Bay platform. We don’t know many details about Shark Bay one-chip platform apart of the fact that it exists and that Intel will give more details about it in the near future.
One can only speculate that it is a full System-on-Chip that comes with chipset integrated in the same package as the CPU and GPU. This will enable Intel to make smaller motherboards, save a few additional watts and put itself in a better position to fight ARM devices.