Intel combines successor Broadwell chips with 100 Series chipsets




Intel seems Skylake processors, the coming Broadwell chips have to follow in 2015 will combine with ‘100 Series’ chipsets. The upcoming processors 2015 may include a handle developed by Intel navigation chip.

Intel is working on the transition to Haswell Haswell and Refresh this step is accompanied by introduction of the Series 9 chipset, which will also be used. For Broadwell Skylake would get with the 100 Series again a real new chipset. The Asian version of VR-Zone has an internal document from Intel owned been showing details of the upcoming platform for its Skylake. There are H, Y and U variants of Skylake based BGA packages, especially for laptops, mini-PCs and all-in-ones, besides a lga variant for desktops. There are now dual cores with GPUs that have embedded dram and have quad cores with graphics cores embedded dram get more eu ‘s relative Haswell and Broadwell.

The wireless network controllers Wilkins Peak and Snow Peak for Haswell and Broadwell, Skylake be succeeded by Snowfield Peak. The WiGig variant Maple Peak gets successors with the names Douglas Peak and Pine Peak. Additionally Skylake can be combined with the February announced XMM 7260 modem with LTE support.

The document also makes mention of the GS2000. This is an advanced Intel chip that the group was held after the acquisition of the GNSS division of ST-Ericsson, last year. The GS2000 chip will reportedly include support for the Chinese Beidou navigation system. Furthermore Thunderbolt according to the document developed by a new generation with the name and Alpine Ridge, a new lan controller Jacksonville. The Skylake processors are manufactured on 14nm, support DDR4 and should appear in 2015.


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