Intel Atom E3900: New processor series presented for more power in IoT devices

Oct

27

2016

article_intel The Internet of Things (IoT), that means not only networked products in their own four walls, but almost everywhere. From on-board computers in vehicles to traffic cameras, everything needs powerful processors to process the large amounts of data. Intel wants to supply the Atom E3900 series the appropriate processors for these areas. They are based on the 14nm silicon technology and offer a 1.7 times higher performance than the predecessor. Also the graphics performance was greatly improved, 2.9 times better than the predecessors generation is the new chip, which can also simultaneously appeal to three different displays at the same time.

The E3900 processor provides four units for processing vector graphics, which generally provides clearer images, better low-light video, and reduced noise while preserving details and colors. The Intel Time Coordinated Computing technology also ensures that all devices in a network can be kept exactly synchronized to the microsecond.

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How Intel presents the use of the processors, you can see in the above-linked video. Security was also thought of. That’s one of the points, which is more important, how recently on the DDOS attack on Dyn has seen. Here a botnet from IoT devices should have been used to carry out a large-scale attack. And more devices are networked every day, so you should not take it lightly.

For more information on Atom E3900 series can be found in this blog post by Ken Caviasca , vice president of the Internet of Things Group and general manager, Platform Engineering and Development, Intel Corporation. Will be available in devices made available new processors starting from the second quarter 2017, four different SKUs will be available.

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