News tagged ‘avoton’

Wednesday, 24 Jul 2013

Intel Reveals More Details of 2nd Gen 64-bit Atom C2000 Systems on Chip (SoCs)

Intel Reveals More Details of 2nd Gen 64-bit Atom C2000 Systems on Chip (SoCs)

Intel has revealed additional details for its second generation of Atom C2000 systems on a chip (SoCs). Previously known as Avoton and Rangeley, these 22nm SoCs are part of Intel's broader strategy to build data centers. In turn, these centers will form cloud computing infrastructures of the future.

Tuesday, 7 May 2013

Intel Launches Low-Power, High-Performance Silvermont Microarchitecture

Intel Launches Low-Power, High-Performance Silvermont Microarchitecture

Silvermont will be the foundation for a range of innovative products beginning to come to market later this year, and will also be manufactured using the company's 22nm Tri-Gate SoC manufacturing process, which brings significant performance increases and improved energy efficiency.

Wednesday, 12 Dec 2012

Intel Unveils Details of 22nm Tri-Gate SoC Designs

Intel Unveils Details of 22nm Tri-Gate SoC Designs

Intel revealed design plans of its new 22nm system-on-a-chip (SoC) that will feature 3D Tri-gate transistors, in line with their Ivy Bridge counterparts. The company outlined this new microarchitecture for its SoC in a paper presented at the 2012 International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM).

Friday, 19 Oct 2012

Rumor: Intel's Next-Gen Atom CPUs to Feature Up to Eight Cores

Rumor: Intel's Next-Gen Atom CPUs to Feature Up to Eight Cores

Intel is rumored to be working on the next generation of Atom processors that are targeted at powering micro servers. Dubbed Avoton, this upcoming system-on-a-chip (SoC) will be based on 22nm Silvermont architecture and feature up to eight cores that share 4MB of L2 cache (1MB per core).

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