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Intel microserver processor lineup revealed

Posted on Thursday, April 12 2012 @ 20:20:11 CEST by

CNET reports Intel announced its first Atom "Centerton" chip for microservers at an event in Beijing. The Centerton ship has two cores and will become available in the second half of the year.
The new Atom, codenamed Centerton, is a system-on-a-chip, which makes it even more power efficient than less-integrated older Atom chips.

Centerton's power envelope -- what the industry sometimes calls TDP or thermal design power -- is six watts. While not as low as the power envelope for Intel's smartphone Atom, six watts is still a lot more power efficient than Intel's more mainstream chips. Those have power envelopes of 15 watts or higher. To date, Atom has been aimed at small devices like Netbooks and tablets.

Centerton was mentioned in a keynote speech by Intel Vice President Diane Bryant at the Intel Developer Forum being held in Beijing.



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